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So Intel has a new, significantly faster IOP which would give CTL the chance to build a new, faster IYONIX pc or the like. But instead saying wow, that is an opportunity - let us hope CTL or some other manufacturer builds a new, fast RISC OS system with that we're back to usual: Complain about what ever deficiency is there to be found!

But even with that alleged deficienty the new IOP is better on all accounts as far as I can tell (well except for the fact that no IYONIX using it is there yet, but I don't complain about CTL not having finished it off yet) so why start off with complaining. This way of looking at things is beyond me!

 is a RISC OS Userhzn on 28/9/06 4:24PM
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