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    Intel to take more risks and change to be ‘the new normal’

    But the Intel CEO insists that central to its future will be the role of data.
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    Re: Intel to take more risks and change to be ‘the new normal’

    I'll say that Intel have already made plenty of bold moves...yes on people wallets.

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    Re: Intel to take more risks and change to be ‘the new normal’

    I do not dislike him at all. But to say such an over used 2008 phrase of "the new normal" during a 2017 speech isnt a good sign. That said, ill try my best to think positive and hope for the best. All I want is a Z390 with a 9th gen proc that is using Intels 10nm. I dont think thats asking for too much.

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    Re: Intel to take more risks and change to be ‘the new normal’

    Anything that produces data, anything that requires a lot of computing, the vision is, we're there
    So the grand plan is to sell something into all the things? Well that's clever, I wonder why no-one ever worked that out before [/sarcasm]

    And they will manage this with the most expensive silicon foundries and an obsession with x86 instruction sets?

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