I m here to discuss technical matters in technical terms, now if all Intel is providing are numbers on marketing slides so good but then dont come stating that i m saying that they are lying..You then throw around a lot of technical jargon that supposedly "proves" that Intel is all marketing fluff and no technical substance, but IMO your arguments don't actually make any sense because you basically hint at stuff and hide a lot behind "oh here's a fancy formula, if you were an EE you'd get it."
Either they provide numbers to support their claims or else they are not that honnest for me, at some point the enginering and tech crowd wants measurements in a controled environment, that s all enginering is about, not reviews like this one :
Where are the power measurements if it s really an analysis of Core M..???.
Or was it a deliberate requirement from Intel..?.
Indeed the scores and boost frequencies tell us that these are not performed at 4.5W, and by a long shot, yet all is made to make people think that it s the case, so how do you call this if not deliberate misleading of the public..?