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    Pat Gelsinger takes the helm as Intel's eighth CEO

    The official transition takes place and the new CEO pledges to make Intel a tech leader again.
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    Re: Pat Gelsinger takes the helm as Intel's eighth CEO

    Hopefully he can steer Intel and give AMD some competition, so it's win/win for the consumer...

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    Re: Pat Gelsinger takes the helm as Intel's eighth CEO

    Latest face it Intel need a kick up the rear. Hopefully this will help - just no more dirty tricks against AMD to force OEMs to not sell them in the best products. I will vote with my wallet against that.
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    Re: Pat Gelsinger takes the helm as Intel's eighth CEO

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    Latest face it Intel need a kick up the rear. Hopefully this will help - just no more dirty tricks against AMD to force OEMs to not sell them in the best products. I will vote with my wallet against that.
    They don't need to that at all. AMD has massive supply issues which is jacking up prices and availability. Intel can win by default if they can outsupply AMD. Plus for DIY sales,they just dropped a ton of prices,which might even entice more system integrators to go back to using them.


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    Re: Pat Gelsinger takes the helm as Intel's eighth CEO

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    Latest face it Intel need a kick up the rear. Hopefully this will help - just no more dirty tricks against AMD to force OEMs to not sell them in the best products. I will vote with my wallet against that.
    They don't need to that at all. AMD has massive supply issues which is jacking up prices and availability. Intel can win by default if they can outsupply AMD. Plus for DIY sales,they just dropped a ton of prices,which might even entice more system integrators to go back to using them.
    Intel will run into the exact same problems, problem is there is to few companies who does this... not just on the CPU front but GPU front as well, it is a pity really.... if some big companies start to make consumer stuff, and that there would be more than 2 companies as in like 5 or 10 and that there by law is a demand for (Apple included) compatible motherboards with the same socket on, we would get along way.

    Currently there is to many bottlenecks, and it is the American way to stall progress?

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    Re: Pat Gelsinger takes the helm as Intel's eighth CEO

    I think even if Intel made and sold GFX cards too the issue would be the same, assuming a Intel card would be just as good at mining as other ones.
    All our problems would be gone tomorrow if only bitcoin was too,,,,, it in my book is one of the worst inventions in modern history.

    If Apple,,,,,, whatever was good for mining, there would probably be a shortage of their stuff too.

    In the words of Nancy Regan "just say no",,,,, to bitcoin.

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