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VIA's New Centaur Designed Isaiah CPU Architecture   - VIA's New Centaur Designed Isaiah CPU Architecture
Fri, January 25 2008 | 12:56AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"To be frank, I am surprised as you are. VIA and Centaur have a real processor here that will likely be a boon for them in the UMPC space. I think that VIA's biggest problem is going to be making enough, but with the likes of Fujitsu, IBM, and TSMC behind them, hopefully that will be a hurdle that can be cleared. A 64-bit superscaler out-of-order processor with enough performance to run Crysis crammed into a 60mm^2 area pulling less than 35w that can be dropped into current UMPC devices fitting into the palm of your hand? Sign me up VIA."
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