VIA Launches New Low Power QuadCore Nano CPU

VIA introduced its dual-core Nano just four months ago, but the company is already demonstrating that processor's big brother. The newly minted VIA QuadCore is--you guessed it--a quad-core processor that connects two dual-core Nano cores in an MCM (multi-chip module). The new chip won't actually ship for some months, but it may become a higher-performance alternative to both Atom and Brazos when it does...

VIA Launches New Low Power QuadCore Nano CPU

Via:  HotHardware
Comments
realneil 3 years ago

More competition is good. I wish them well,.....and I hope they can make a dent in the BORG.

HHGrrl 3 years ago

Competition is definitely good. Glad to see this.

CDeeter 3 years ago

Yes the more the merrier I say.

FTian 2 years ago

I remembered there was a Dell Duo computer with a keyboard, and a touchscreen laptop screen. 2009 release. INTEL atom, 1GB, 320Gb hhd, etc.

I got curious if AMD was to put a VIA 1.2 Ghz 4 core,  2 Gb,  40 SDD... Would that sell better?

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