Intel is NOT delaying Arc GPUs, as confirmed by simply asking. AMD’s RX 6500 XT x4 lane layout could be a limiter to performance. AMD is considering X370 + Ryzen 5000.
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00:00 – CES News Round-Up
01:17 – Despite Rumors, Intel Not Delaying Arc
03:01 – AMD RX 6500 XT to Use PCIe 4.0 x4
06:09 – AMD Considering Ryzen 5000 Support on X370
12:04 – 4K Gaming Monitors are Happening
13:29 – Intel NUC with Socketed CPU Confirmed
17:08 – AMD Emphasizes Long-Life AM5
19:11 – In Win 127, Nebula 127, & B1 Mesh
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