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In article <Pine.LNX.4.44.0302231906360.8609-100000@dlang.diginsite.com> you wrote:
> unfortunantly for them the core CPU speeds became uncoupled from the
> memory speeds and skyrocketed up to the point where CISC cores are as fast
> or faster then the 'high speed' RISC cores.

Hmm.. are there any RISC Cores which run even closely to CISC Speeds?

And why not? Is this only the financial power of Intel?

Bernd
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