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Goodbye to Skylake: Intel officially announces Rocket Lake S processors for desktops


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Just so I would not be completely negative so nice that they decided to cancel the castration of the speed of memory that did not have to exist in advance.

Yes, still very negative, earned it honestly.

In any case, it seems that Intel will remain the choice for people who do not have the money for a good processor.

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How they had deteriorated, not that the writing had not been on the wall for a decade.

 

I hope they got out of this blessing quickly, I think their deterioration could lead the technology market to an economic crisis of one to two years. Many high-tech companies do not have enough chips to produce new products and sell and will have losses because they will not be able to recoup the investments they have raised from the stock market and it will take Samsung and TSMC a year or two until they keep pace.

 

Need another large chip maker in the market ...

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