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Marvel Armada Brings some Firepower Vs. Armed SnapDragons!

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September 25, 2010 1:45:34 PM

http://lazure2.wordpress.com/2010/09/23/marvell-armada-...

Check out the specs looks pretty impressive!

Key Features

World’s first “tri-core” application processor
- Up to 1.5 GHz for the two main cores and 624 MHz for the third low power core
- “Heterogeneous multiprocessing” with “hardware-based Cache Coherence“
- 1 MB System Level 2 Cache
- Platform leading multimedia capabilities, including support for both WMMX2 and NEON acceleration; and a highly optimized pipelined VFPv3 floating point engine
- Member of the ARMADA family of processors for easy software porting
1080p dual stream 3D video applications (30 FPS, multi-format)
Ultimate 3D graphics performance with quad unified shaders for 200 million triangles per second (MT/s)
High performance, integrated image signal processor (ISP)
Ability to project images on multiple simultaneous displays
- 2 LCDs
- 1 HDMI
- 1 advanced EPD [like the ones used in E-Ink based e-readers, e.g. Amazon Kindle] controller
Peripherals support: USB 3.0 Superspeed Client, MIPI CSI, MIPI DSI, HDMI with integrated PHY, UniPro, Slimbus, SPMI

Isn't that around a geforce Fx5800ultra series that packs the cyclone heater or heater from jets'n' guns to help you cool down and unload more ammo? :o 

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September 26, 2010 1:40:09 PM
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No doubt that ARMADA will be a beast in the mobile market. The only thing that I would worry about would be battery life, even if the 3rd core is "low powered." Mobile processors and such are making leaps and bounds, but the trouble is that battery life isn't growing as fast as it should. Perhaps we should move to mobile/mini nuclear reactors? :D 
October 6, 2010 6:10:17 PM

buwish said:
No doubt that ARMADA will be a beast in the mobile market. The only thing that I would worry about would be battery life, even if the 3rd core is "low powered." Mobile processors and such are making leaps and bounds, but the trouble is that battery life isn't growing as fast as it should. Perhaps we should move to mobile/mini nuclear reactors? :D 



You mean Mobile Gundam or mini Mako Reactor's To keep them powered and loaded!
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October 7, 2010 1:20:57 AM

If they made a power cell with nuclear fuel in it that didn't have to be charged for 10 years, I'd use the phone for 10 years or until I succumbed to radiation poisoning. To heck with the radiation!:D 
October 7, 2010 1:55:33 PM

buwish said:
If they made a power cell with nuclear fuel in it that didn't have to be charged for 10 years, I'd use the phone for 10 years or until I succumbed to radiation poisoning. To heck with the radiation!:D 



Spock In Star Trek and Bones Mcoy already solved radiation posioning, see STar Trek 3 or Star Trek 4 , Try joining Vulcan D :hello:  ude!
October 14, 2010 3:09:25 AM

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October 14, 2010 3:15:30 AM

buwish said:
If they made a power cell with nuclear fuel in it that didn't have to be charged for 10 years, I'd use the phone for 10 years or until I succumbed to radiation poisoning. To heck with the radiation!:D 


Another quick question whats the deal with president's heads in Formaldehyde tanks! I think its futurama right? Are Presidents being preserved or are they in someone's collector's museum? Whats Nixon in a jar supposed to mean?
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