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    ARM chips ?

    these new chips with 4P10G etc isn't as simple as the old chips with hyperthreading etc. Haven't built a system in a good while. Apple seems to be on top of the ARM game. Intel and AMD are catching up. Not sure if I should consider older technology and build a 16 core or venture into the ARM processors. Whats everyone building these days? Crunching took a dump with IBM passing WCG over to canada. They seem to have there head up there ass getting it up and running. Doubt I will go back IF they get it figured out. Got that itch that needs scratching (build).

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    No one is building a Arm system?

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    Lenovo is, I have the Snapdragon 8cx processor with Windows 11. It stable with good performance for normal windows stuff.
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    Thanks Charles. Just checking if anyone here has built one with the latest arm chips out. From what I have read, intels is a hybrid arm vs apples is an actual arm processor.

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