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It seems to me that Intel are using the ARM to just learn from it, as opposed to developing it?

By now I was expecting to see a 3 GHz chip...but alas everything is on the sub 1Gig side :@( not good.

Just imagine if they used the same processes / manufactureing Techniques to speed up the ARM Chip.

Obviously the are not interested.

 is a RISC OS Userem2ac on 24/8/05 5:04PM
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