that Intel needs to come out swinging and be at the same performance and efficiency as AMD and Nvidia, or at least within a 20-percent margin.
Shrout was skeptical about Intel’s prospects, though. “Doing that on the first attempt,” Shrout wrote, “while also building and fostering the necessary software ecosystem and tools around the new hardware, is a tough ask of any company, Silicon Valley juggernaut or not. Until we see the first options available in 2020 to gauge, Nvidia and AMD have the leadership positions.”
Longtime observers will also note this isn’t the first time Intel has promised graphics parts. Its ill-fated