Intel really respects AMD technology

 Image by mgallon from Pixabay   When Intel was struggling with Itanium, it shifted to the x86 64-bit approach AMD developed. When Intl realized parallel buses weren’t going to scale much further, it copied AMD’s hyperlink. And when Intel wanted a compact high-performance GPU, it went to AMD for a dGPU to put into its Kaby Lake-G multichip processor. When ...

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