Intel could help end the GPU shortage by making chips for Nvidia, but will it? – PC Gamer

If TSMC starts dominating too hard, they’re going to see what they can do to team up with Intel, and vice versa. Cryptocurrency mining is one of them, and so is a global shortage of silicon, which is where Intel might offer some relief. It’s an effort being led by Raja Koduri, who prior to landing at Intel was the graphics manager at AMD’s Radeon department.

If TSMC starts dominating too hard, they’re going to see what they can do to team up with Intel, and vice versa. Cryptocurrency mining is one of them, and so is a worldwide lack of silicon, which is where Intel could supply some relief. Every chip manufacturer always keeps numerous fabs on the ready as options if/when issues/delays develop somewhere else. It’s an effort being led by Raja Koduri, who prior to landing at Intel was the graphics boss at AMD’s Radeon division., which would be impressive.Such a part would undoubtedly be in high demand (presuming Intel doesn’t fumble on the driver/software side ).

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