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 6 years ago '11        #81
invaderchin 174 heat pts174
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 Y.G. said:
Are you that groupie that follows me from the game section into every other section I post?

Dude had to make an alias to continue following me.

This dumb phaggot still didn't show where I said quad-cores are faster than dual-cores.

Sad life you have. #groupie

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You cant savor all thelittle emotions
 6 years ago '05        #82
Y.G. 27 heat pts27 OP
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 invaderchin said:

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You cant savor all thelittle emotions
This n*gga in his grandma's basement refreshing the page furiously hoping that I respond.

#groupie
 6 years ago '11        #83
invaderchin 174 heat pts174
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 Y.G. said:
This n*gga in his grandma's basement refreshing the page furiously hoping that I respond.

#groupie

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please, tell me more
 6 years ago '04        #84
Phillymatic 15 heat pts15
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 invaderchin said:
:agreement6: TEACH ME
Don't feel like doing the typing but meh...
the Galaxy S3 would pack Samsung’s own Exynos 4412 processor, a 32nm quad-core chip based on the ARM Cortex A9 architecture
You're reading & basing a.ssumptions on quad-core & thus a.ssuming I'm looking at that, in reality I'm looking at 32nm which is much more significant number for many reasons. It's a basic measure of the level in the semiconductor process of a given chip. Place this in historical context (thank you based Wikipedia):

10 m — 1971
3 m — 1975
1.5 m — 1982
1 m — 1985
800 nm (.80 m) — 1989
600 nm (.60 m) — 1994
350 nm (.35 m) — 1995
250 nm (.25 m) — 1998
180 nm (.18 m) — 1999
130 nm (.13 m) — 2000
90 nm — 2002
65 nm — 2006
45 nm — 2008
32 nm — 2010
22 nm — 2011
16 nm — approx. 2013
11 nm — approx. 2015

What folks easily forget is that the first 1Ghz CPU chips mass produced was those Intel Pentium III's back in the break of the century and highlighted in green that's where we was at as Intel IIIs was doing somewhere around 1Ghz - 1.5Ghz. To power those chips you needed a typical PC power supply, thus it was hilarity to even consider a typical mobile battery to power those 1Ghz chips back then since they was around 180nm - 130nm.

Years go by and those chips become efficient. Go back to '06 and PC's started getting up on 65nm chips (around the time Intel started going from Pentium 4 to multi-core chips). Couple years later and the 65nm process became cheap/practical enough to dumb down to a level many mobile devices can manage for somewhat practical battery life which was 533Mhz-1Ghz chips (e.g. the first Mytouch, G1, 1st Droid, Nexus One & OG Epic).

Thus the current wave of phones from the single core X2, Mytouch 4G (my baby), to the current blend of dual-core stuff of now is mostly on 45nm technology and many of those devices surpassing stuff of back in the day that ran a 120nm chip running at laughable clock speeds. In short the lower the number, the more power efficient a given chip is thus the more we save on battery life in regards to mobile application. Therefore we can juice up the clock speed/cores/unicorn horns/lazer beams we can fit on a chip before battery life take a hit. :dancingcool:


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 6 years ago '08        #85
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 xeduran said:
2GB of RAM...



Multitasking heaven with that much RAM available. Quad Core may not be necessary, but if they use it in the same way Nvidia is using the Tegra 3, it will end up saving battery life.
I just wish they would drop more games for tegra.
 6 years ago '05        #86
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 mtbatol said:
Don't feel like doing the typing but meh...


You're reading & basing a.ssumptions on quad-core & thus a.ssuming I'm looking at that, in reality I'm looking at 32nm which is much more significant number for many reasons. It's a basic measure of the level in the semiconductor process of a given chip. Place this in historical context (thank you based Wikipedia):

10 m 1971
3 m 1975
1.5 m 1982
1 m 1985
800 nm (.80 m) 1989
600 nm (.60 m) 1994
350 nm (.35 m) 1995
250 nm (.25 m) 1998
180 nm (.18 m) 1999
130 nm (.13 m) 2000
90 nm 2002
65 nm 2006
45 nm 2008
32 nm 2010
22 nm 2011
16 nm approx. 2013
11 nm approx. 2015

What folks easily forget is that the first 1Ghz CPU chips mass produced was those Intel Pentium III's back in the break of the century and highlighted in green that's where we was at as Intel IIIs was doing somewhere around 1Ghz - 1.5Ghz. To power those chips you needed a typical PC power supply, thus it was hilarity to even consider a typical mobile battery to power those 1Ghz chips back then since they was around 180nm - 130nm.

Years go by and those chips become efficient. Go back to '06 and PC's started getting up on 65nm chips (around the time Intel started going from Pentium 4 to multi-core chips). Couple years later and the 65nm process became cheap/practical enough to dumb down to a level many mobile devices can manage for somewhat practical battery life which was 533Mhz-1Ghz chips (e.g. the first Mytouch, G1, 1st Droid, Nexus One & OG Epic).

Thus the current wave of phones from the single core X2, Mytouch 4G (my baby), to the current blend of dual-core stuff of now is mostly on 45nm technology and many of those devices surpassing stuff of back in the day that ran a 120nm chip running at laughable clock speeds. In short the lower the number, the more power efficient a given chip is thus the more we save on battery life in regards to mobile application. Therefore we can juice up the clock speed/cores/unicorn horns/lazer beams we can fit on a chip before battery life take a hit. :dancingcool:
This made too much sense. Expect #groupie to reply with more pictures he finds on Google from Batman the cartoon.
 6 years ago '11        #87
invaderchin 174 heat pts174
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 mtbatol said:
Don't feel like doing the typing but meh...


You're reading & basing a.ssumptions on quad-core & thus a.ssuming I'm looking at that, in reality I'm looking at 32nm which is much more significant number for many reasons. It's a basic measure of the level in the semiconductor process of a given chip. Place this in historical context (thank you based Wikipedia):

10 m 1971
3 m 1975
1.5 m 1982
1 m 1985
800 nm (.80 m) 1989
600 nm (.60 m) 1994
350 nm (.35 m) 1995
250 nm (.25 m) 1998
180 nm (.18 m) 1999
130 nm (.13 m) 2000
90 nm 2002
65 nm 2006
45 nm 2008
32 nm 2010
22 nm 2011
16 nm approx. 2013
11 nm approx. 2015

What folks easily forget is that the first 1Ghz CPU chips mass produced was those Intel Pentium III's back in the break of the century and highlighted in green that's where we was at as Intel IIIs was doing somewhere around 1Ghz - 1.5Ghz. To power those chips you needed a typical PC power supply, thus it was hilarity to even consider a typical mobile battery to power those 1Ghz chips back then since they was around 180nm - 130nm.

Years go by and those chips become efficient. Go back to '06 and PC's started getting up on 65nm chips (around the time Intel started going from Pentium 4 to multi-core chips). Couple years later and the 65nm process became cheap/practical enough to dumb down to a level many mobile devices can manage for somewhat practical battery life which was 533Mhz-1Ghz chips (e.g. the first Mytouch, G1, 1st Droid, Nexus One & OG Epic).

Thus the current wave of phones from the single core X2, Mytouch 4G (my baby), to the current blend of dual-core stuff of now is mostly on 45nm technology and many of those devices surpassing stuff of back in the day that ran a 120nm chip running at laughable clock speeds. In short the lower the number, the more power efficient a given chip is thus the more we save on battery life in regards to mobile application. Therefore we can juice up the clock speed/cores/unicorn horns/lazer beams we can fit on a chip before battery life take a hit. :dancingcool:
 Y.G. said:
 6 years ago '05        #88
Y.G. 27 heat pts27 OP
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 invaderchin said:


 Y.G. said:
This made too much sense. Expect #groupie to reply with more pictures he finds on Google from Batman the cartoon.
What did I say? It wasn't Batman cartoon pictures but you got the gist.
 12-30-2011, 12:51 AM         #89
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idk how its a fact that the vzw nexus has reception issues i stay getting full 4g bars
 6 years ago '04        #90
CA$H MONEY 2 heat pts
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Well Daaaayum.......
 6 years ago '07        #91
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 Andhily said:
idk how its a fact that the vzw nexus has reception issues i stay getting full 4g bars
i don't think there's anything wrong with the hardware at all. they said something about the little bars graphic sometimes understating ur signal but it won't affect performance at all and they're going to patch that so that it's more accurate. aside from that, the verizon network as a whole has had like 3 major outages this month, so maybe people confused that for a problem with the phone. in actuality, there's nothing wrong with its reception at all.
 6 years ago '04        #92
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damn the itrolls came out in full effect. maybe they're mad because they're starting to realize the new iphones are already outdated when they release. they dont want us to get better hardware in our devices so that we stay on their level.




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 6 years ago '05        #93
P-Hill|M 26 heat pts26
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I'd take a quad-core


I'm on a dual-core Sensation and I can already tell the difference in speed and efficiency vs what was on my single core G2
 6 years ago '11        #94
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 Y.G. said:
Where did I say anything about a quad-core being faster than a dual-core? What a dumb phaggot.
i was thinkin the same thing, n*ggas cant read.
 6 years ago '11        #95
invaderchin 174 heat pts174
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A quad-core phone is superfluous.

That's how n*ggas roll though, right?

n*ggas k!ll me with superfluous schemes...
 6 years ago '05        #96
P-Hill|M 26 heat pts26
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your posts are superfluous n*gga
 6 years ago '06        #97
d4deesnuts 3 heat pts
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yeah, if u wait for the best phone ever to come out, you'll never buy a phone, just buy the best one out now cuz no matter what u do, your sh*t wont be the best months or even weeks down the road. I'm more than good with my nexus, by the time i;m ready for a new phone, the iphone 7 or 8 and the galaxy s5 or 6 will b out and ill make my upgrade then.
 6 years ago '04        #98
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 invaderchin said:
A quad-core phone is superfluous.

That's how n*ggas roll though, right?

n*ggas k!ll me with superfluous schemes...
this n*gga right here is PTC's little sister.... they troll hard
 6 years ago '11        #99
invaderchin 174 heat pts174
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 P-Hill said:
your posts are superfluous n*gga
i figure, why NOT let these twigs get emotional over a phone?

 6 years ago '05        #100
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 invaderchin said:
i figure, why NOT let these twigs get emotional over a phone?

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