The death of CPU scaling: From one core to many — and why we’re still stuck

ExtremeTech: It’s been nearly eight years since Intel canceled Tejas and announced its plans for a new multi-core architecture. The press wasted little time in declaring conventional CPU scaling dead — and while the media has a tendency to bury products, trends, and occasionally people well before their expiration date, this is one declaration that’s stood the test of time.

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C_Menz2417d ago

Nice article for those who are into PC hardware and interesting to see the progression of CPU's. I got lost at times in the article but it was still enjoyable to read.