Monday, December 05, 2005

Steve Jobs won't be an idiot

This ZDNET blog analysed the Apple on INTEL situation and concluded that there won't be Intel powered iMacs or iBooks in 2006. The argument makes sense, Apple fans have been enjoying 64 bit computing for a quite a while now, and Steve Jobs surely won't push them back a big step by adopting the 32 bit Dothan or Yonah. Steve Jobs is no idiot.

AMD can save Apple's day, the Turion64 is sexy, cool and powerful. The Athlon 64 FX60 will beat the hell out of any INTEL chip.


Blogger s yusuf said...

64 bit doesnt mean anything for a desktop or notebook processor. 64 bit makes hardly 5% difference in preformance even if you have 64bit OS and 64 bit applications. Its just a marketing techinique just to make people thing 64 bit has double the performance than the 32bit one.

Talking about the perfomance comparison bw Turion and the intel's Yonah, I can assure you that you need a MP (4 or more processor) turion notebook to match the Yonah based notebook :-)).

3:42 AM, December 14, 2005  

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