Intel CEO Says Alder Lake is Miles Ahead Of Anything AMD Has To Offer

A new video has been published by the CEO of Intel in which he had made some interesting remarks about Alder Lake CPUs and how they put AMD back in the rearview mirror. Pat Gelsinger said that AMD has been put back in the rearview mirror by Alder Lake and he will never let them back in the windshield again.

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These remarks were made by the CEO in a video in which he wished everyone a happy new year and also highlighted some of the achievements that his company has made since he joined Chipzilla. During his tenure, several key product lineups have been launched by the blue team with Alder Lake CPUs as the most prominent one.

According to Pat Gelsinger, Intel has been put right back into the game by Alder Lake CPUs. He further states that after the launch of 12th Gen CPUs, AMD is talking about the consumer segment due to which it is in the rearview mirror of the clients. He further said that he expects the blue team to lead the market and never let AMD back in the windshield.

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The claims made by the CEO may be big but if we look at the Alder Lake CPUs, Intel managed to earn lots of consumer interest for their chips considering their impressive price to performance values and a hybrid architecture which works very well. Recently, the Intel Alder Lake Non-K and the Mobility lineup has also proven to be a success story for Intel. Several positive reviews have been earned by the Non-K lineup from the Tech community and AMD has nothing to offer in the competition so far.

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Intel also unveiled a new IDM 2.0 strategy which is a new process/node strategy plus established new and world-class labs that will lead to the production of the next generation of products. Next generation technologies and products are already being built and manufactured at the current state of art Intel labs.
It is for sure that Intel has yet to do a lot of work ahead with AMD conquering their segment of servers and rumors of the potential 4th Generation Xeon lineup delay.

Via Intel