Next-gen ARM chips to hit 3GHz mark

Posted on Monday, Jul 08 2013 @ 17:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Current 28nm ARM-based chips have a maximum frequency of 2.3GHz but according to FUD Zilla, the next generation of 20nm chips should be able to achieve clockspeeds of around 3GHz.
The 30 percent faster will get ARM SoCs to around 3GHz with significantly more transistors that will mostly be spent on graphics. This is most likely how Nvidia plans to put the Kepler core on a Logan processor but we don’t have this confirmed, it just makes sense.

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