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    Jim Keller Resigns from Intel

    Via is a semiconductor company. They used to be more prevalent in the client space before... just like Matrox. :/ now that's some ignorant BS He was a Vice President... I don't know how much more voice you can get lol
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    Samsung Receives Zero Waste to Landfill Validations for All of its Semiconductor Manufacturing Sites

    Does diversion include shipping it off to other countries/continents?
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Pictured?

    It's too early to say it's a poor design. ;)
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    OFFICIAL Elite: Dangerous

    so.... we have to wait and see. Can't wait to get access to all the things
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Pictured?

    Hopefully this lets people understand. Blue: Intake Red: Exhaust
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    Intel "Alder Lake" LGA1700 to Feature DDR5; "Rocket Lake" Thermal Specs Leaked

    it takes way more than 2 years to create a new uArch and make it to end users
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    ASRock Rack Announces Latest Intel Z490 Server Motherboard Ready for 10th Gen Intel Core Processors

    yeah but then I'd be missing the 10Gb ethernet and smaller form factor. :laugh:
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    Intel Ready with 144-layer 3D NAND On its Own, Talks 4-layer 3DXP, "Alder Stream" and "Keystone Harbor"

    Where do you see those prices? The retailers are ripping you off. I see $239 and $369 respectively.That 665p price is a bit high doesn't make sense when you look at the 1TB being $139 https://www.newegg.com/intel-660p-series-2tb/p/N82E16820167461...
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    U.S. Government in Talks with Intel to Build Processor Factories on Home Soil

    w8.. That wasn't made in the US :(
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    Nintendo Takes Legal Action Against Unofficial Super Mario 64 PC Port

    What you want is copyright not patent. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_term and btw they do have legal recourse
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    Intel Accused by Workers to Prioritize Chip Output over Safety Regulations

    Yes. Intel has actually done a very nice job of keeping it's employees safe. If anyone is concerned about something, they can contact their management/HR/pandemic team. They do take action.