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USB support under DOS on intel 6-series chipstet? (Users)

posted by RayeR(R) Homepage, CZ, 23.11.2015, 18:13

> He said he bought it from ebay, so I assumed an economic metric
> (performance/$) rather than a technical or environmental one.

Yes, I replied this here

> I benchmarked skylake against its cousin i7 2500, and don't expect miracles
> from the CPU. Most changes nowadays are in the GPU, the rest is just a few
> percent per generation at best.

Yes, I would expect that. You can get maybe +20% in special optimised benchmark but maybe only 2% in common apps. I think intel had reached the dead end with current silicon technology. I would expect they will try to increase number of cores (at least in i7 line) but we still stucked at 4. Also the promising 32->22->14->10nm shrinking would not make such energy saving as it was expected, even AFAIK at higher clock rates the tiny litography perform worse than older (faster rise W/MHz). As you told Intel aimed on its GPU performance which is getting better and better (also it increase the % of used silicon beside CPU core).

DOS gives me freedom to unlimited HW access.


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