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When do you think a new Desktop CPU manufacturer will come into play?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Intel and AMD have been around for a while, but when do you think they will go down? They surely can't rule the world FOREVER. But maybe they can ;)

I doubt it'll be within the next 5 years, but maybe within 10 years we might see a new manufacturer on the market for Desktop CPU's. 

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Not for another 15 years.

 

It's a strange market, this. For another CPU maker to come about would mean their platforms would have to have Windows ported to them for them to become big.

 

Also, ARM and IBM exist, but current Windows supports neither architecture.


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I think sooner than 15 years but not much.  Other chip manufactures are working with 64 bit Architecture now. 


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i dont think ill live long enough to see a another Desktop/Mobile/Workstation CPU maker coming to market


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maybe NVIDIAAAAA will start making CPUs? 

 

NVIDIAAAAA THE WAY ITS MEANT TO BE MADE! hahaah would be awesome


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Posted · Original PosterOP

maybe NVIDIAAAAA will start making CPUs? 

 

NVIDIAAAAA THE WAY ITS MEANT TO BE MADE! hahaah would be awesome

I was reading your post when in the corner of my eyes I saw a dog being humped. Quite scared

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I was reading your post when in the corner of my eyes I saw a dog being humped. Quite scared

your gif isnt any less creepy tbh :P


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In 15 years, CPUs might become more like GPUs. CPUs as they are now will be irrelevant.


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I think the next big CPU manufacture will be the one that makes chips without silicon.


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Would be nice to see on x86 NVIDIA CPU


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Not for another 15 years.

 

It's a strange market, this. For another CPU maker to come about would mean their platforms would have to have Windows ported to them for them to become big.

 

Also, ARM and IBM exist, but current Windows supports neither architecture.

 

Windows wouldn't have to be ported as long as the new manufacturer was using x86/64 architecture.

 

Also ARM isn't a CPU manufacturer it's an architecture.


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It won't happen for a very long time. There used to be three major players in the 0x86 game but cyrix could not compete and went belly up, then VIA tried to enter the market with mixed results but ultimately even they are finding it hard to compete.


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Most likely an established chip maker like Qualcomm, Samsung or Nvidia. They would need the manufacturing power to make them cheaply just to enter the market and they would have to have an equivalent to the higher end AMD and Intel cpus to draw in the enthusiasts.


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It cost Intel over US$5,000,000,000 just to build its latest (14nm) volume fabrication facility. Not too many organizations are willing to take that level of risk.


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