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This is goin 2 b a bad deal if Intel makes the best cpu and gpu.
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This is goin 2 b a bad deal if Intel makes the best cpu and gpu.
Yep, we'll only have 1 cool little sticker under our avatars then
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Not neccesarily, it is good for pricing, it keeps things competitive and suppresses monopolization, that is, if the government doesn't get in bed with Intel.
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Larrabee won't be here for at least another year so forget about it for now. It is going to be 300W mammoth beast that hopefully comes close to ATI/nVidia products but I don't know if Intel can pull it off in this uncharted territory.

This price war only benefits us. Yay.


EDIT : Larrabee is a discrete GPU, not a CPU with a graphics core. It will be the first GPGPU so I hope it can fold like a champ.
Intel holds the largest share of the GPU market, so I don't think it is uncharted territory. They are making an x86 in-order GPU. They have tons of experience.
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Intel holds the largest share of the GPU market, so I don't think it is uncharted territory. They are making an x86 in-order GPU. They have tons of experience.
They have zero experience in a high-end GPUs and that what matters. I highly doubt that first gen of this technology will be anywhere near top nVidia/ATI offering, but in time it might, if Intel will push it further with all the resources they have.
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why does intel come up with those crazy names for stuff?
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They have zero experience in a high-end GPUs and that what matters. I highly doubt that first gen of this technology will be anywhere near top nVidia/ATI offering, but in time it might, if Intel will push it further with all the resources they have.
Their GPU is going to be modeled off of their very successful x86 technology. I think they will be fine.
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Intel holds the largest share of the GPU market, so I don't think it is uncharted territory. They are making an x86 in-order GPU. They have tons of experience.
*intergrated GPU acually, all those dells and hps and w/e have intel motherboards with G35, G33, G31 graphics.
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why does intel come up with those crazy names for stuff?
lol, I agree. That goes for AMD too. between the new GFX card code names and processors, I have no idea who is making what, lol.
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post #20 of 36
nice try intel's PR but you just aren't good enough
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