Intel FailTo be fair, cheating on CPU benchmarks is not new, so if you haven’t followed the computer industry for the past 30 years you might be surprised by Intel cheating, but I’m certainly not. Back in the day I worked for Data General and we “creatively” benchmarked against the Digital Equipment VAX all day long. There are different types of benchmark cheating but misrepresenting the importance of benchmark data is by far the most common one. Cheating on the benchmark itself is the absolute worst and in this case it appears to have been both.
One of the Seeking Alpha Intel shills posted an article:
Intel's New Tablet Processor Beats The Best ARM Chip By A Huge Margin.
No link because it really is a piece of garbage. The surprise here is that anybody in the world thought they would get away with such a blatant misrepresentation of data. Seeking Alpha is the right place for this kind of hoax though since they target the "uninformed" investor.
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