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Intel is in serious trouble. ARM is the Future.

Published on Dec 21, 2018 1,110,862 views

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In this video I discuss the growing belief that ARM will come to dominate the PC Market, from laptops to tablets, servers and even the Desktop.

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Level1Techs Review of the Gigabyte R281-T91 ARM Server: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCodn...

PCWorld HP Envy X2 Comparison: https://www.pcworld.com/article/33233...

Sources and Credits:
- Videos from the AMD official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
- Videos from the Intel official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
- Videos from the NVidia official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
- Videos from the Qualcomm official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
- Videos from the Apple official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
- Videos from the ARM Holdings official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
- The PC shown in the video Thumbnail is a transformative work based on fotos from MetallicAcid on sweclockers: https://www.sweclockers.com/galleri/1...
- A few seconds of footage from the Computerphile Youtube channel are used under fair use.

Further Reading
Potential Financial Impact on Intel:
https://seekingalpha.com/article/4227...

Why Windows on ARM:
https://hackernoon.com/why-windows-on...

Limitations of ARM on x86 emulation:
https://regmedia.co.uk/2018/02/19/lim...

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#ARM #INTEL #APPLE

Comments
  • Coreteks
    Coreteks 5 месяцев назад I understand why many of you have disliked the video, but Intel have now confirmed that Apple will be moving to ARM chips: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/apple-mac-arm-cpus-2020-intel,38668.html - What I discussed in this video 3 months ago is gradually becoming a reality, step by step (if you've been following the news you'll probably agree) so if you've disliked previously, consider giving the video a "like" now as channels with a lot of dislikes get buried by youtube's algorithm. Thanks! :)
  • Tomas
    Tomas 5 месяцев назад Coreteks liked :)
  • bacchic
    bacchic 5 месяцев назад I mean, the focus is on price in relation to power. When, for most, Intel provides a pointless power overhead, OEMs are gonna gravitate towards cheaper chips which improve battery life (probs the most important feature for the average consumer).
  • matrixfull
    matrixfull 5 месяцев назад I feel like ARM becoming main chip version would be a good thing for desktop users. Yes transition period might sux for a little so that games get native support for new chip; but other than that it wil make desktop computers more relevant again as ARM is developing way faster because main production markets are enterprise and mobile. If you can have chip that works on basically all markets; you get way more money into development ; which means faster development; better performance for everyone. Also ARM seem to have a bit healthier competition than dekstop chips. So ARM come! You will basically put development back on track and enthusiasts will still be able to build their own gaming computers. Even better ones than ever before.
  • Kevin Portillo
    Kevin Portillo 5 месяцев назад subbed!
  • Keith Charette
    Keith Charette 5 месяцев назад Well, I for one really enjoyed your hard work and video. Thank you!!
  • Denis Chiosa
    Denis Chiosa 5 месяцев назад but macbooks has a small market share :)
  • zunv
    zunv 5 месяцев назад Coreteks Apple been using ARM chips since the 5s... so, what a „surprise“
  • Coreteks
    Coreteks 5 месяцев назад @zunv You didn't even open the article but commented straight away, what a „surprise“. It's refering to Macs, not the iPhone.
  • Joe Richard
    Joe Richard 5 месяцев назад I’m new here and just liked and subbed, keep up the good work!
  • Tarun Nagar
    Tarun Nagar 5 месяцев назад Great video bro... I'm a new enthusiast... And I still understood most of what you talked about 👍
  • zunv
    zunv 5 месяцев назад @Coreteks So? How does that change anything? I said "surprise" because sooner or later it was obvious they would do that with mac books too since they had success using arm on the iPhone.
  • DT's Digital Den
    DT's Digital Den 5 месяцев назад ARM has been around for a very long time, since way back in the Commodore Amiga days. This isn't a new technology by any means, and it's had a very long time to be dominant. Codebase shift is not easy from x86 to ARM. The fact Apple, pretty tiny market share in terms of PC hardware sales (compared to Windows machines), might shift to ARM is true, but it doesn't matter. Apples portable devices have been using it for ages, as have Android and even Blackberry. ARM is nothing new. If ARM is the future, considering it's been around since way back in the Commodore Amiga days, you'll need a very strong argument, especially in the desktop / server space. I'm afraid that argument was not made (in my opinion).
  • Iori Tatsuguchi
    Iori Tatsuguchi 5 месяцев назад This sounded more like a statement out of your assumptions. Start with "I think" or just don't talk about what you don't know yet in tech talk. And I stopped as soon as you started to talk about cleaning up x86 machines. How does it have any correlation with its processor architecture? Android gets bloatwares too. I thought anyone who's passionate enough to talk about architecture for 20+ minutes was very clear about that, but I guess not. Maybe there were indirect points to be made about corporate decisions and stuff, but I was already kind of tired to follow that. Sorry. Maybe I'm too lazy but in that case better composition could've done that greatly. The reasoning sounded too fuzzy and you lost me there. And perhaps a bunch others. Then further down in the comment here you were asking thumbs up, so I did the opposite instead. I don't really care if your arguments turns out to be true or not, but to me it wasn't just entertaining after losing trust with your logic. I liked your edit and voice though haha. Keep it up!