Intel hasn’t been very lucky in the processor market since AMD returned to show some rivalry in 2017, with the launch of the first products based on the Zen architecture. So it’s time to shake things up, starting by renewing the teams of development (the person responsible for the development of production processes has already gone to the eye of the street), and of course … Renewing its own brand in the eyes of customers, in order to regain the trust of the market.
So, let’s start to stop talking about Intel Core processors, to start talking about Intel Evo!
Therefore, it is very likely that Intel will put its ‘Core’ behind its back, to launch the ‘Evo’ range as the one that enthusiasts really want. After all, the company has just registered several logos with the USPTO, in what is most likely a complete redesign of the ‘corporate’ image of the brand. Interestingly, even Intel’s main logo will change!
In addition to all this, it is very likely that the new ‘Evo’ processors will be the first to bring different types of processing cores within the same chip. Basically what we already find in the world of smartphones. This while the traditional ‘Core’ will continue to rely on a single type of core.
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Intel to scratch with the 7nm? AMD is already on the way to 5nm!
In the meantime, AMD has finally revealed its financial results for the second half of 2020, posting an incredible revenue of $ 1.93 billion in just 3 months! What is clear is an increase of 26% over the same period last year.
However, what is really curious in the middle of all this is not even AMD’s financial results, which obviously would always be good, with or without COVID. (After all, the PC market has seen a boom in demand due to the pandemic). That is, the what is really important are the mentions of the company’s future products! Especially about Zen 3, Zen 4 and RDNA 2 architectures.
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