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Submitted by newsguy 693d ago | news

Intel Says Company Committed to Sockets

Maximum PC: Suck it, Internet rumors; Intel finally broke silence this morning telling Maximum PC that it would be offering socketed CPUs for the “foreseeable future.” (Hi-tech, Industry, Intel, PC, PC hardware)

mpctips  +   693d ago
Wise move, Intel.
justinbkerr  +   693d ago
The rumor sounded very true. Very believable.
andresegers   693d ago | Off topic | show
good news.. now they just need competition. from nvidia..
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SkyGamer  +   692d ago
They need to buy nVidia and have better integrated graphics!
2pacalypsenow  +   692d ago
Or just buy and Nvidia card discrete cards will always be better than integrated
SkyGamer  +   690d ago
Yes but there is always room for good integrated graphics. I have built 8 now, real slim factor and they are space savers. Yes gaming is what I prefer but you can't deny the usefullness of good integrated video.

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