I don't think it would work out the way your thinking. Internet fanboys are set in their ways, don't go for change, use the past to predict the future, constantly move goal posts, and trash the competition with any silly thing they can think of. Don't believe me....Just look at the many AMD related threads in the forums.If Intel really wanted to break into the GPU card business, they could intentionally block mining on their cards, and even if they aren't technically as good as AMDs/NVidias, they have much better real world price/performance and availability because of that.
Then Intel would gain lots of mind/market share among gamers, and more reason for developers to optimize for Intel GPUs...
Hey man you don't think they are ready to rock the industry with their prototype scalable graphics shroud? I know I'm already expecting HUGE things now that they've confirmed it's a thing. /sStill don't think it's going to end well unless they have a scalable design ready to go with Gen12.
The Atom chips with PowerVR graphics apparently had terrible drivers for Windows. They'd need to significantly improve their software to compete.I still think PowerVR could come back to the dedicated market, especially with their previous work in dedicated ray tracing IP blocks.
I owned such a first gen netbook. It was barley usable in windows. In linux under a now extinct netbook OS (Jolicloud) with some tweaking it could almost play 720p mkv files, mostly it could just some frame drops now and then. That made it much more usable.The Atom chips with PowerVR graphics apparently had terrible drivers for Windows. They'd need to significantly improve their software to compete.
Ehh. AMD's marketing was never that good. I think AMD is better without their old guard.AMD Marketing Guru Darren McPhee joins Intel's Discrete Graphics Team
He was. If you look at the ROCm github repository he is likely the one doing commits and also interacting with people trying to get things working, reporting bugs, etc. This could be good for AMD or just bad for Nvidia if he takes the open source, common tools ecosystem mentality with him. It would be 2 companys vs 1 on the software front.Gregory Stoner left AMD for Intel also
AFAICT he was a big developer/contributor to AMDs ROCm
Ahh yah I got that. RTG had their R&D budget increased 25% for this year. There is no sinking ship.He could be talking specifically about RTG
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