For the vast majority of people using a small computer with light use, this chip makes sense and AMD gets to sell all the silicon, and chips low binned. More cash for AMD more choice for the consumer. @devastator ARM is the future but has to be backed up by the native software compiled for the ARM instruction set, not simulated x86 which has known performance issues. Don't get me wrong, ARM Cavium from Gigabyte is one hell of proof what ARM could do for data centers. Just has to become available as desktop /workstations and we're set. I want an ARM chip, Intel ME, no Spectre/Meltdown no backdoors.