Of course the 68000 architecture is much better than x86 and the now CISC ARM CPU's.
Seems to be alive sort of, I was interested until I saw the price
Well Amiga fans always seemed to have more money.
How good is the 68080 CPU?
The 68080 CPU, also known as the "Apollo CPU," is a modernized version of the Motorola 68000 series CPU, designed for use in Amiga computers. It was developed by Apollo Accelerators and offers significantly improved performance over the original Motorola 68000 CPU.
The Apollo CPU has a clock speed of up to 100 MHz, which is much higher than the original 7.14 MHz clock speed of the 68000 CPU. It also includes features such as an improved instruction set, a larger register file, and a deeper pipeline, which further enhances its performance.
In terms of performance, the 68080 CPU offers a significant improvement over the original 68000 CPU and can provide a noticeable boost in performance for Amiga computers. However, its performance level and capabilities may not be comparable to the modern CPUs used in today's computers
Committee and EU committees in particular need to use AI more for decision making.
Using CPU's and OSes with potential exploits just means they are making it easier for certain types to spy on them.
Why do Intel CPU run Minix inside the CPU?
Intel CPUs do not run Minix inside the CPU itself. However, there is a widely circulated misconception that Intel CPUs include a "backdoor" that runs the Minix operating system (OS) inside the CPU. This misconception stems from a misunderstanding of a component called the Intel Management Engine (ME), which is present in some Intel CPUs.
The Intel ME is a co-processor that is separate from the main CPU and has its own firmware, which includes a very small version of the Minix operating system. The purpose of the Intel ME is to provide a platform for system administrators to remotely manage and monitor the computer, even if the main operating system is not running or is in a compromised state.
While the presence of the Intel ME has raised concerns about security and privacy, it is not accurate to say that Intel CPUs "run Minix inside the CPU." The Minix OS runs on a separate processor, which is only used for management and monitoring purposes, and is not involved in the actual computation performed by the CPU.
Well I am glad that has now been fact checked by Chat GPT.
Still won't be using the latest Intel chips, this Pi400 replaced the Linux Mint Celeron Core Duo PC
Kind of curious that CPUs now have build in "Managers" that can report remotely.
Starting to feel sorry for these CPU's now, when they are sick the "manager" will know and call the "Doctor" to fix them.
Will that very small Minix run on Pico?
My last Minix machine was only a 16MHz MC68000.
I'm dancing on Rainbows.
Raspberries are not Apples or Oranges