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What has been happening to Intel in recent years?


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Is Intel in a marketing problem right now as we look forward to the next generation of NVIDIA to be announced on 31/8? Remind you the next generation of NVIDIA is supposed to be PCI-E 4 and Intel's platform does not currently support over PCI-E 3 (RYZEN's processors Yes if they are on the Cipset X570 / B550):
 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keMiJNHCyD8

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Is Intel in a marketing problem right now as we look forward to the next generation of NVIDIA to be announced on 31/8? Remind you the next generation of NVIDIA is supposed to be PCI-E 4 and Intel's platform does not currently support over PCI-E 3 (RYZEN's processors AMD Yes if they are on Cipset X570):
 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keMiJNHCyD8

is also Supports PCIE4

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If it is a "total increase of 20-50% in performance" (at most also to the exaggerated opinions) why do you need PCIE4? Today's tickets are far from full utilization of PCIE3 

 

No one said it should, but watch the video and understand why he thinks it could be a problem for Intel with the average home user and not with someone who really knows what is needed.

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If you do not really need it and the new cards did not know how to take advantage of it..so why would the new cards support it at all? Just to sound advanced?

 

By the way, a side question - it seems that amd will support the memories Next next generation (zen 4) -Expected for 2022 ..

when are Plans to spend And a chipset to support?

Is this supposed to bring a significant performance jump? One that is worth considering waiting for instead of upgrading to the next generation?

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