Re: The Crosoe Processor vs StrongARM
> I was wondering which one that consumes the most power, the StrongARM or
> Transmeta's Crosoe
> and of course which one that gives out the most heat.
Crusoe consumes "less than one watt on average when active" and
"as little as 8mW when idle".
The existing StrongARM 110 (three year old technology) is 1000mW
for the 233MHz part. Intel announced a successor StrongARM last
year to be available "first half of 2000" that will be 600MHz and
450mW, down to 150MHz and 40mW.
> and i also wonder if there is a good information site about the
> ARM processor type as well as the Crosoe processor family.(Not the
> offical Transmeta homepage whit other words)
The StrongARM manuals can all be found at
Transmeta has not publicly published their processor manuals yet.
Jim Studt, President
The Federated Software Group, Inc.