See it after the break.
Thermal throttling is the dark secret of the newest-generation of CPUs.
When the temperature of the chip hits a set point, its speed is automatically reduced. So a CPU that its maker brags is 2GHz can throttle back to 1.5GHz — or even less — once it gets hot.
This was already revealed with the Tegra K1 in the Xiaomi MiPad.
Now iambillbil is revealing it in the Intel Z37xx series of CPUs being used by Chinese tablet makers (and others).
In a post at the IMP3Net forum, he names four CPUs and illustrates the impact of thermal throttling [Google Translate].
Nathaniel Branden, Ayn Rand’s Collaborator and Paramour, Dies at 84
The Times obit is dated yesterday. No one told me. And it never popped up in my Twitter timeline until today.
The three major players — Rand, Barbara, and now Nathaniel — are dead. Yet the noxious ideas they spread still poison us today.
And unfortunately, it lacks HDMI-out [Google Translate].
See specs after the break.
This is interesting.