Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said in a program he attended that they would make better processors than Apple to win back.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger answered Ina Fried’s questions as a guest on the new episode of Axios on HBO. Speaking on an incoming question, Gelsinger made a series of statements on Apple’s transition to its own specially designed silicon chips instead of Intel’s Core processors in the Mac series.
Asked by Fried whether Intel has any plans to reclaim the Mac in the future, Gelsinger said that they had stumbled a bit lately and that Apple had done a pretty good job with the M1 processors. However, he shared that over time, the company plans to take over the market share of Macs, surpassing the success of M1 chips.
In a meeting with Fried, a correspondent for Axios, Gelsinger said that Intel will gain great momentum in chip making and will make him forget the stumbling block he has experienced in the past. He stated that the company aims to regain its market share in consumer electronics, especially in the Mac and laptop market, thanks to the new generation processors they will produce.
Things started to change after AMD announced its processors based on the Zen architecture during the New Horizon summit on December 13, 2016. With the 1st generation Ryzen 1000 series, which was first released in 2017, the company started to expand its market share by offering the same performance from Intel in gaming and business computers at an affordable price.
On the one hand, AMD, which stands out with its graphics cards in consoles such as PlayStation, on the other hand, began to take the laptop market from Intel with its 2nd generation and later Ryzen series processors. With the 5000 series introduced this year, it strengthened its position in the market. Intel, which has had a tumultuous period especially in the last 3 years, aims to continue the competition and dominate the market again in the coming years, together with Pat Gelsinger, who took office in 2021.
12th generation Core processor attack from Intel
Continuing its presence in the market with its 11th generation processors, Intel can soon start to make up for what it has lost. Leaks about the Core i5-12600K processor have already started. The 12th generation chips, code-named Alder Lake, aim for higher levels in terms of performance.
According to the information revealed, the i5-12600K processor will appear with 20 MB of L3 caches. The processor, which is expected to accelerate to 4.6 GHz on average, will be able to increase its dual cores to 4.9 GHz. In the graphics performance tests, the i5-12600K, which takes Nvidia’s RTX 3080 family with it, manages to score 20 percent higher than AMD’s latest counterpart, the Ryzen 5 5600X processor.
Apple is expected to introduce the new MacBook series at its event on the evening of October 18. However, rather than these devices, there will be processors that are expected to be called M1X or M2. Intel is not expected to get ahead of the M series anytime soon. But today we will see whether the gap is starting to close or open.
Today, painkillers are often used to reduce chronic pain. However, these drugs also bring many side effects apart from treatment. Scientists have discovered a new method to replace painkillers with no side effects.
Many people try to cope with chronic pain in their daily life. The most commonly used method to prevent this chronic pain that destroys the quality of life is to use painkillers. Painkillers can cause habit, addiction or many ailments as well as treatment. Swedish scientists have found a way to reduce pain without side effects. Thanks to this method, the end of painkillers can come to an end.
In the article published in Science Advances, the side-free Lund Method to be used in the treatment of chronic pain was introduced.
It has proven to be a pain reliever with no side effects. Pain can be related to many physical and mental problems. The most common method of pain relief is the use of medication. These pain relievers often bring with them many side effects. In addition, problems such as acquiring addiction and addiction to the drug are also encountered. However, it has been proven that the newly discovered Lund Method does not cause any side effects. The research team also stated that they managed to control pain without affecting any motor skills or sensory systems during the treatment, and that the method was extremely safe.
The method was tested on mice and was successful. Matilde Forni, one of the researchers, stated that the human brain is very similar to that of mice, and this method can also be applied to humans. Professor of Neurophysiology Jens Schouenborg, who is involved in the research, stated that this technique can be used in all parts of the brain. Considering this, it is thought that it can bring to the end of many ailments other than pain. Professor Schouenborg; Parkinson predicts that it can also be used in the solution of ailments such as epilepsy and depression.