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Intel's 10, 8 and 6-core CPUs

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Intel invents the concept of mega-tasking to sell new 10-core CPUs

 

 

The primary scenario envisioned by Intel is of a gamer playing at 4K resolution while also encoding a recording of his or her match and streaming at 1080p on Twitch at the same time. The extra processor cores make this new EE chip the new champion for handling CPU-intensive tasks running in parallel. Intel has more stats to wow professional users with, such as up to 35 percent faster performance in 3D rendering...

 

 

Of course with A:M NetRender you'll get way better than just 35% more throughput when rendering frames. :)

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Hmmm.... looks like a big selling point (at least for me) would be the simultaneous recording and streaming of what is being executed in realtime.

 

There is that on its face itself but there is also a more nebulous aspect if one considers that the recording and/or streaming of realtime imagery displayed is in and of itself a (near) real-time rendering process.

And it gets better when both the sender and receiver have the same throughput capability because (technically speaking) the receiver could play back the same data at a higher resolution than the sender sent it out in the beginning. At first blush folks would say, 'impossible. You can't get more data out than what you put in.' but that doesn't allow for the receiver having access to the original data the sender has as it is streamed along to them as well. The sender might only view the data at low resolution whereas the receiver might opt for higher rez.

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