We’re revisiting the topic “Is Intel Screwed?” with Gordon of PC World, an internet comment from Computex of 2019 that has only become more relevant in early 2020.
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Gordon of PC World joins us to talk about Intel’s current positioning versus AMD, especially in a post-Ryzen 3000 world. We talk about the 3990X, about rumors and overhyping, and about if Intel can escape the position it’s in. The discussion talks notebooks (like Tiger Lake and Ryzen 4000), servers, and desktops. The R9 3900X, 3950X, R5 3600, and Intel i5 and i9-9900K CPUs are all major talking points as we seek to answer the headlining question.
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Host: Steve Burke
Guest: Gordon Mah Ung
Video: Andrew Coleman, Keegan Gallick