Intel launches website showing why PCs are better than M1 MacBooks

PEnnn

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The so called same die as you call it, also has stood the time against AMDs best. While not always winning, it has stood up against AMDs procs year after year.
Intel will change in the next year or 2 but why would a company just change overnight when they are competing with AMD. Intels tech will come along in time.They still beat AMDs best at times. AMD has good processors without a doubt but they havent won anything when you still struggle against a companies aging architect.

So why do they feel so insecure they have to attack Apple whose share of the PC market is dwarfed by Intel (7.6%!!)??

What are they scared of?? It makes no sense.
 

Bullwinkle M

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So why do they feel so insecure they have to attack Apple whose share of the PC market is dwarfed by Intel (7.6%!!)??

What are they scared of?? It makes no sense.

They do not feel insecure

They are not scared of anything

Your comments make no sense
 

texasrattler

Posts: 1,152   +541
So why do they feel so insecure they have to attack Apple whose share of the PC market is dwarfed by Intel (7.6%!!)??

What are they scared of?? It makes no sense.
No company is scared, its just marketing. All of them do it, including Apple. Is Apple scared, not even a little bit.
In todays world of marketing, its good PR to poke fun of your competitor and good for business.
 

wiyosaya

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As a company that's been stuck on the same die size for how many refreshes now, while continually losing ground at a huge rate to AMD, I don't think they're exactly in the position to be talking sh*t.
IMO, it blatantly shows Intel's Desperation.
 

wiyosaya

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Yeah I guess that was my ultimate reaction to this. If you're trying to convince someone to buy a PC for gaming, aiming that advertising at Mac owners will result in a net gain of zero customers. Exactly nobody buys a Mac to game. Instead target that advertising at console owners and come up with some good PC Master Race arguments.
Except with Intel, I would expect that their arguments are more akin to the Borg's. :laughing:
 

wiyosaya

Posts: 5,911   +4,154
Sadly reminiscent of the bully taunting
my daddy can beat your daddy​
It seems Intel has been following those tactics since Zen 1. Hubris tells Intel, Ours is bigger than theirs :laughing: - especially when talking about die sizes. In fact, I wonder if that will be the next reason coming from Intel's marketing department. šŸ¤£
 
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DelJo63

Person A believes xxx while person B believes yyy; A can't convince B and vice versa. So what else is new? Sadly each THINKS their arguments are correct.
 
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DelJo63

Sorry for double post -- internet issues
 
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