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post Dec 28 2006, 12:36 PM
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I hate x86. You all know this. I despise 32 bit.

You want a heavy power CPU for the laptop?

64 bit PowerPC chips starting in 2 and 4 cores next year. www.PAsemi.com

They're also designing 16 core versions.

And yes, this is all following the Power per watt mobile technology trend for new CPU's.

DBHI, Go play.
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post Jan 26 2007, 01:13 AM
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yeah, thats true. i have been thinking of the best distro to use on this thing and would you belive gentoo makes it somewhere high on the list because its source bassed. debian does as well for those wanting a bit of balance

i wonder if its worth just reusing the main distros or sticking to the ones we have here, they do have thier disatvantages
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