- Apr 27, 2000
Near as I can tell, yes.Wasn't K12 planned to have the same backend as their x86-64 cores?
Wait, what is supposed to be faster than what here? I'm confused.How then do you imagine it would end up much faster? Maybe smaller but Zen is already minuscule.
The crux of my argument is that AMD has no incentive to go ARM when other companies are already rolling out cores that would steamroll K12 from 2016/2017 on a per-core basis. I know that A12 makes my 1800x @ 4.0 GHz look bad in GB4 ST. Which is kind of embarassing.
RPI4 is only A72. It's decent for what it is. I'm more interested in Rockchip's upcoming A76 SoC. Pine will probably have one of those on an SBC.And RPI 4...