Intel CES 2019 event in 9 minutes

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Intel is at CES 2019, showing its rivals that it can stay relevant and produce processor circuits small enough to stay competitive. The company is making progress on developing its next-generation 10-nanometer processors, and today during its CES press conference, the chipmaker showed off the first completed designs for what the company is calling Lakefield.

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26 thoughts on “Intel CES 2019 event in 9 minutes

  • January 8, 2019 at 11:21
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    Okay so if I get it right:
    They made the all new same 9900k, 9700k ect but disabled the gpu and called it a new product that they were exiting to launch.
    Then they soldered my ram onto a package so that I can't upgrade my ram as easily anymore, great. And then they showed off some software that had very little to do with the cpu or gpu involved. They also showed a new server chip, still on 14++nm, but they cap at a max of 28 cores. Yes there is a 56 core but it doesn't work with normal servers because of the insane powerdraw, so nobody can upgrade their servers to it. Not sure what the point of it is by now. Only specialized servers can cope with them, unlike Rome, where the 64 core cpu is now on 7nm and a drop in upgrade for the Epyc 32 core that they launched 2 years ago. Then more software followed cause they ran out of hardware to show.

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  • January 8, 2019 at 11:26
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    "With ikelace you are not sacrificing nothing" 1:35. Not + Sacrificing + Nothing = Sacrificing. So we are sacrificing then?

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  • January 8, 2019 at 11:39
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    The people pf verge have no idea how much I appreciate the shorter cut down version of the presentations at CES that they make. They are so good!

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  • January 8, 2019 at 11:47
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    Intel is doom soon, ARM is the future, Apple is moving away from Intel, Microsoft is moving away from Intel slowly

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  • January 8, 2019 at 12:00
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    Lake Lake Lake… Nothing exciting from you Intel. Very typical Intel.

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  • January 8, 2019 at 12:01
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    They are way behind as intel are copying arm and they are just on 10nm whilst everyone is on 7nm. They are just using the bodybuilding people as marketing distortion field.

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  • January 8, 2019 at 12:04
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    Boring! Icelake for 2020? They should present it at CES 2020 not in 1st month of 2019.

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  • January 8, 2019 at 12:07
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    Intel CES 2019 in 3 words: promises, promises, promises.
    Intel is literally the company that cried 10nm.

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