Intel News

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  1. desertlap

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    This is an interesting article on the state of Intel chips and their plans for the future. One thing this affirms to me is the belief that significant performance leaps are generational, not incremental, and more rare than any company would prefer.

    eg. The last major leap for intel was what would become core I which vaulted them past the then performance champ AMD Athalon based designs, which themselves were a big leap over Intel's previous 486 based designs.

    Intel CEO: Clients Want Custom x86-Based SoCs | Tom's Hardware (tomshardware.com)
     
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    This part from Gelsinger rings true. I always suspected it's just us tech-minded people who think ARM is taking over in the near future. Eventually, sure, but x86 isn't dead yet.
    Edit: along that thought, AMD has interesting x86 chips in production:
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-R...ould-do-a-Tiger-Lake-on-Cezanne.558916.0.html
     
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    It is no surprise to many of you how dismissive that I have been of Intel's 10th Gen Ice Lake and 11th Gen Tiger Lake CPU performance. However, I have posted here before in this thread that I have been getting the feel that Alder Lake might very well mark a huge comeback for Intel where years of pent-up, delayed development would come gushing out into sheer raw realized performance. Fast forwarding to today, hindsight seems to suggest that my initial estimates may be right on target. AMDead this round? Haha. It is. I need to move back to Team Intel like I was pre-Skylake. Surface Pro 9 and 10 are going to be absolute beasts by the looks of this. I still think AMD has the best CEO to help them weather this storm. However, they will need to haul their honeybuns if they want to regain their leadership after this momentary loss.

    Intel Core i9-12900HK: 14 core and 20 thread processor pulls no punches with the Apple M1 Max in leaked Geekbench listing - NotebookCheck.net News

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