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    Re: Raja Koduri reveals reasons behind his AMD to Intel move

    at amd there wasn't much as far as engineering left for him to do. this is a brand new project, and a lot of engineering and planning is needed. This move will work out great for everyone. Three big companies instead of just 2 will force competition to create newer architectures. I am looking forward to seeing what Intel and Koduri come up with.

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    Re: Raja Koduri reveals reasons behind his AMD to Intel move

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    Re: Raja Koduri reveals reasons behind his AMD to Intel move

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    at amd there wasn't much as far as engineering left for him to do. this is a brand new project, and a lot of engineering and planning is needed. This move will work out great for everyone. Three big companies instead of just 2 will force competition to create newer architectures. I am looking forward to seeing what Intel and Koduri come up with.
    I would be surprised if Intel (even with Koduri) could ever be a third equivalent pole in GPU industry. I think it's too late for this.

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