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Originally Posted by ArkanraisHmmm... If that all goes through and we end up with windows on ARM with an Nvidia tegra powered system, does that meas we will get DirectX on it as well?
This could be interesting. I wouldnt mind some Diablo 2 or other old games on a low power system like that, or even on a tablet.
Originally Posted by r3loadedIf AMD can only achieve 18% market share with x86 processors, it's hard to see how ARM can achieve more than a fraction of that with a completely different architecture.
Originally Posted by l3v1ck
However the minimum level of performance people need isn't changing much (browsing, office docs etc) and ARM CPU are fast approaching that minimum level.
Originally Posted by maverik-sg1Nvidia developing an ARM based PC CPU, I wish them luck, more competition the better.
Originally Posted by jrs77If ARM manages to create hardware that let's people use their usual software (office, graphics, games, etc.) then they might be on to something. Otherwise it'll be crippled too much and people will still buy x86-based desktops instead.
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