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Yup, they‘re actually doing consumers a favor here.
Still wonder who‘d be stupid enough to buy an AMD based system from Dell. Heck, their Intel based systems are bad enough (there may be exceptions for top end SKU) and they‘re not even being financially incentivized to make them bad.
That said, in spite of the selective screen shots, Intel based Dell systems should be affected by the ban, as well.
And they have world class power grids….(not excluding Texas here btw)
Those states have some of the worst power grids... the power goes out all the time and they don't make enough power for their citizens. I am not sure how that is world class.
FL has a world class power grid, our grid lasts through hurricanes and we never have blackouts or other restrictions.
Natural gas also burns clean. So it makes sense to have lots of it when we have so much supply anyway.But the thing is, oil is being phased out in all aspects of life. And to be honest, I'm not 100% happy about that. In fact, I'm not one who believes that Gasoline power will ever be phased out completely.
As a side note though, natural gas supply is estimated to be at 250 years +\-.
And as far as volume, natural gas can be compressed for storage and takes up far less space to store. Plus, it flows waaaay easier than a liquid, not to mention oil. So transporting it is a snap.
As far as oil supply running out well..... they don't have much evidence for that. However it definitely burns much dirtier than most other things (other than coal) and would be better to move towards newer technologies.