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Intel CPU prices going up? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
On 10/15/2018 1:36 PM, VanguardLH wrote: Every manufacturer has a maximum threshold for producing a product. A bakery can only produce as many loaves of bread per day as they have ovens. By that token, then Intel is one of the largest bakers ever. They cannot exceed that threshold...
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Intel CPU prices going up? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Intel's processor prices have been going up recently, rather than down. They're blaming it on production problems. Intel has been well known to be stuck on the 14nm node for a while now. Instead of going towards 10nm they just keep incrementing their 14nm with plus signs, what are they up to...
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cheapest ssd yet seen by Flasherly[_2_]
$33 for a 256G. Cheapest presence, rather a Kingston which specifically means 3-yr domestic US warrantee. Maybe an 800 Kingston no. with a human to answer. No DRAM buffering, old rebadged Toshiba memory, old Pison controller. Material is total bottom of the barrel. Yet... Huge sales volume for...
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