The Full Nerd crew kicks off the dialogue with Intel’s roadmap together with its 24-core Raptor Lake CPU due later this yr, and what it means for customers. The crew then ponders the efficiency claims of Intel’s upcoming Alder Lake P CPUs and what it means for AMD’s Ryzen 6000 laptop computer CPUs.
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One in all founding fathers of hardcore tech reporting, Gordon has been masking PCs and parts since 1998.