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Despite the sidetracking here, the obvious subject should be what consumer level product is headed our way (based on what they have shown us here) in the not so distant future assuming we always get the same technology a little after the Server crowd does...etc. Just a matter of scaling.

Also in that slide deck was the fact that the x86 market represented over 50% of their Revenue. So based on this I would not expect to be left hanging for long.

For efficiency at the Fab Plant in Taiwan or wherever Intel has their silicon etched, there's no good reason to have completely different architectures running in parallel for too long.

10 Core * 20 threads
3 Variants 2.0 Mhz - 2.4 Mhz
24 MB Last Level Cache
1TB of DDR5 memory
There's speculation that would make Wallstreet proud