Intel - From Inventors of the CPU to Laughing Stock [Part 2]

22 Th02, 2021
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  • just seems that most of headlines for this video Part-2 are not correct in foundations !? lol as if the narrator had a person vandetta against Intel & lost fortune in its sticks. i.e. mobile cpu that iphone needed .. the year for dates seems way off too .

    tryTrum 2icetryTrum 2ice17 giờ trước
  • no mention of AMD cpu's longest lasting constant incompatibility with few critical programs & the Win's...that's what keot them at a fraction to intel... which most all were willing to pay extra 80-100. to have intel cpu & a motherboard for it when buying a new custom configured PC (or a clone)! only the Nerds wanted AMD cpu !!

    tryTrum 2icetryTrum 2ice17 giờ trước
  • how about all the recent acquisitions they been making to change sales into other markets & not justDT/Server pc's. i.e. AI & Driverless cars... MobileEye & few more Co's

    tryTrum 2icetryTrum 2ice17 giờ trước
  • It's still a 259 billion dollar "laughing stock." The criticisms leveled here are valid and significant, but they should be kept in perspective.

    Kevin RouseKevin RouseNgày trước
  • Always believed Intel was a better chip, silly me

    keith smithkeith smithNgày trước
  • In every business the same, specially on the gaming industry, every time a company becomes too successful, business men take over the company and start developing shit games. How can you be sure games aren't also sabotaged to run worse on AMD?

    Sagara SousukeSagara Sousuke2 ngày trước
  • #boycottintel

    A VA V3 ngày trước
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    • No one cares

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  • give marketing-mind individual to lead technology company is one hell of the mistake

    Rumah PitaRumah Pita4 ngày trước
  • That’s an IQ 144 documentary :).

    Justinian ByzantiumJustinian Byzantium5 ngày trước
  • They are putting in billions into their future. It wont pan out until a couple of years from now. AMD will lead. In a couple of years, Intel will be up against AMD's 3nm node. So they got their work cut up for them!

    Chuck PeckChuck Peck5 ngày trước
  • Intel HAS to counter EPYK. That's where the plaudits and big bucks are. Once there everything else will fall into place. They just have to keep up with AMD in the consumer CPU space. They have to regain their Engineering prowess. I think they are trying.

    Ed KoetsierEd Koetsier6 ngày trước
  • Linus has no problem with chewing out Intel. And he could not have picked a more deserving company.

    g hg h6 ngày trước
  • intel share price seem to be doing well though

    john Lastjohn Last7 ngày trước
  • Won't miss this sinking ship.

    Deep F. ValueDeep F. Value7 ngày trước
  • INTEL should marry Microsoft and go bankrupt together

    das asdadas asda8 ngày trước
  • Airplane and chip companies run by the accounting department will always crash.

    Bv KronenbergBv Kronenberg8 ngày trước
  • Intel, the weasel and the chicken. Clearly, the free market needs to end this anti-trust-driven company!

    xele fontexele fonte8 ngày trước
  • AMD user forever 🔥

    Bongo CatBongo Cat9 ngày trước
  • Im up like 40% on intel since i bought it mid 2020. Fuck off lmao

    Kappa123Kappa12311 ngày trước
  • It's the same they didn't try that now. We seem to encourage monopolies.

    PiG0PiG011 ngày trước
  • Bob Swan would be in jail in a ideal world. So evil and incompetent.

    Paul ShipleyPaul Shipley11 ngày trước
  • Its Intel's fault They are faking Benchmark for money

    C Y R U ZC Y R U Z12 ngày trước
  • Tech companies should be CEO by Engineers, not MBAs fellows.

    Yaw ManuelYaw Manuel13 ngày trước
  • I was listening to the part with bribes with mouth wide open, well I always saw them as monopolists until threadrippers showed up, it explains why server system processors were so expensive, on the other hand I remember years when AMD wasn't doing so well (i7 decade), so I just hope Intel doesn't die and release a decent 7nm, because without decent competition AMD will become new Intel

    Land VoyagersLand Voyagers14 ngày trước
  • Honestly what happend to IBM again? I remember them being a chip maker back in the 80s and having a computer systems for Nasa

    Prod. S.AProd. S.A14 ngày trước
  • Intel: Things can’t possibly get any worse 11900K: Hold my beer

    LWLW15 ngày trước
  • Intel got caught slippin.

    Corz IllaCorz Illa16 ngày trước
  • WTF!? After all the years of scummy practices from Intel. I’m never buying their CPU’s ever again.... Thanks for the video, ColdFusion!!

    One Eternal AshOne Eternal Ash16 ngày trước
  • Who would you speak to regarding this project

    Shannon McIntyreShannon McIntyre16 ngày trước
  • If Apple would be the next Nokia.. Intel would be the next IBM.

    Mimik PesimoMimik Pesimo17 ngày trước
  • Dagogo can you do stuff on the stock market and day trading and options,,, your breakdown and in depth perspective on the stock market can be life changing for a lot of your viewers...

    Framingham 508Framingham 50817 ngày trước
  • Incredible video as always. And that clip of Linus made me chuckle.

    Professor ZoomProfessor Zoom17 ngày trước
  • I really like your story telling. Keep up the good work.

    arun chauhanarun chauhan18 ngày trước
  • AMD didn't catch-up to Intel. Instead, AMD sold its soul for 30 pieces of silver and shipped its teach secrets and jobs overseas. If US is ever to go to war with China, they better buy bullets from China first. All integrated circuits are made overseas. In 2020 USA was at the mercy of China for PPE. Somehow Americans don't find it humiliating. Intel is the only one trying to keep trade secrets in house. Or do you want pentagon computers to be shipped from China too? Don't bother waking-up America, it is already too late.

    TOB CyxoBTOB CyxoB18 ngày trước
  • Rename u r self as " cool fusion " u r really cool with ur research..... Excellent 🌐 dude

    Nainar SethuchidambaramNainar Sethuchidambaram18 ngày trước
  • Your content is great, I think it's worth investing in! You should create your own coin at mintme

    Consuelo GonzalezConsuelo Gonzalez18 ngày trước
  • Intel is like the US and AMD is like the China.

    Andrew NgoAndrew Ngo19 ngày trước
  • Intel has spent the past decade gouging customers. I understand charging a premium for your chip since it was so much faster and efficient. However, things like changing your socket every two years and locking all of your parts just so you can get an extra 20 percent out of enthusiast was just anti-consmer behavior. I'm happy they are getting their ass kicked for now.

    morgan ghettimorgan ghetti19 ngày trước
  • The sad part is despite intel's dirty tactics their cpus is still far more reliable than amd cpus in terms of bug free or overheating issues.I'm not an intel fanboy but i'm using an intel chip since 2013,yup same chip till now 2021.

    DrigrorDrigror20 ngày trước
  • Update for intel 11th gen, 11900k has 2 less cores and 4 less threads than the 10900k, is slightly slower in most situations, and is 50 more than the 10900k at $550usd. What a joke

    Scopin EvanScopin Evan20 ngày trước
  • All this from a guy who thinks Apple's M1 chip (and 7%-8% computer market share) is a

    ms pms p20 ngày trước
  • Finding out that Intel sold America down the river with H1-B visas has DONE IT for me! Being outsourced programmers to India for $11/hour and their planes started dropping out of the sky.

    DaRyteJuanDaRyteJuan20 ngày trước
  • never knew how much corruption Intel did to try and stay relevant and leading until watching this , its sad that many American companies forget that making the right products is better than paying bribes Ohhh but wait its the American way right Hmm just look at the Governmental Bribers err i mean Lobbyists , Once again an awesome story told by Dogogo thnx your the GOAT man in Docos

    Carlo BCarlo B21 ngày trước
    • lobbying should be banned as it is basically bribery imo. The only difference is it is called a "donation".

      Scopin EvanScopin Evan20 ngày trước
  • Anyone know the outro song?

    SatneroSatnero21 ngày trước
  • Intel 11 gen launched today, and it was not faster than AMD, they failed

    anayman7anayman721 ngày trước
  • It's freaky stuff with Theranos-like vibes

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    Jack WhiteheadJack Whitehead22 ngày trước
  • Only goes to show, the old saying of competition is a good thing.

    Kode KorpKode Korp22 ngày trước
  • I will never ever buy an Intel product after watching this video. AMD products are more upgradable anyway. They don't change their slots every year or so.

    MarvelExtraMarvelExtra22 ngày trước
  • Do one on AMD

    Anukool KarvirAnukool Karvir24 ngày trước
  • Their manufacturing is both the reason for their recent failures AND the only reason they're still relevant. They have so much manufacturing capacity it's impossible for TMSC to beat them. That's the only reason they're still making enormous ammounts of money. AMD couldn't possible sell that many CPUs hence they are constantly out of stock while Intel can actually supply the market.

    Mateusz WojtkiewiczMateusz Wojtkiewicz24 ngày trước
  • A big ego always gets in the way preventing growth

    mike216ismmike216ism24 ngày trước
  • Intel needs its own Satya Nadella. It remains to be seen whether Patrick Gelsinger is up to snuff. If not, Intel may be the next Motorola or worse yet BlackBerry, taken down by its own arrogance, complacency or corruption.

    Ron VillejoRon Villejo25 ngày trước
  • what if i told you intel was told by the feds to stop releasing because home computers were outpreforming military secured network systems and they were afraid of a elementary school student launching nukes over the phone lines (war games anyone?)

    Jarrett FayerJarrett Fayer25 ngày trước
  • 10nm Intel process isn't comparable to 7nm TSMC process. You also need to look at transistor density. Intel is still a leader in transistor density.

    Louis DuranLouis Duran25 ngày trước
    • @Louis Duran - there are also other factors: isulation leakage, paraistic capacities, yield etc. In any case, once Intel sorts out 10nm en masse, they'll be far cry from loosing.

      Piotr D.Piotr D.22 ngày trước
  • It's a good thing for technology in general if there is competition. So it is probably a good for technology that Intel got stuck developing their 10nm process and AMD took over the crown. What I don't like is the way these nanometer numbers are used in the media. TSMC's 7nm process is not the same as the one from Samsung. It's not a very good metric to compare two processes if they come from different foundaries.

    TheKrambambuliTheKrambambuli25 ngày trước
  • We could see this coming. AMD was hungry and Intel was sitting on it laurels, i.e., technology and switched to worrying about money rather than maximizing technological advances in their product.

    Robin PettitRobin Pettit25 ngày trước
  • I had NO idea Intel was and is so shady!

    nap163020nap16302025 ngày trước
  • Next IBM

    Learn with Dr. NawazLearn with Dr. Nawaz25 ngày trước
  • The incompetent aries postoperatively book because market oddly depend among a volatile bottle. needy, various tank

    Campbell BayleeCampbell Baylee26 ngày trước
  • Proud Ryzen user

    Joy NJoy N26 ngày trước
  • Intel will be back one day but not the next 3-5 years. If they stuck with 14+++++++ they're doom

    Pansak ChantaraPansak Chantara27 ngày trước
  • Self-inflicted decline which will turn out to be unrecoverable. Quickest way to lose leadership is over-sell and under-deliver to your major Customers. No wonder Microsoft and Apple weren't prepared to be held-up by 10 years on 'a still undelivered promise'. Sell your Intel Shares now before the general public are sold devices 'Intel Left Outside'

    Jules SmithJules Smith27 ngày trước
  • Still waiting for skynet to take over here. intel gonna f it up.

    Sang KangSang Kang28 ngày trước
  • Intel will always be in my heart but not my pc👽❤️

    Rishabh RanjanRishabh Ranjan29 ngày trước
  • I guess AMD is duplicating Apple's marketing strategy dubiously clamming PR success stories, as Apple did in the late 90's - early 2000's with the Power PC 128 bit processor (which even nowadays doesn't exist), while they were actually using 64 bit dual Intel Xeon processors in their machines.

    Rafael GallardoRafael GallardoTháng trước
  • Greed ends up spoilt it everything - but intel have an engineer in charge now and I have high hopes for alder lake

    John OlooneyJohn OlooneyTháng trước
  • on the bright side thanks to amd some intel chips is cheap than normal. glad i could have both system.

    Mohamad SyazwanMohamad SyazwanTháng trước
  • Linus

    puneet rathorepuneet rathoreTháng trước
  • The eminent bubble amazingly drown because correspondent generically stay from a opposite teaching. dependent, lamentable lyric

    Naruto UzumakiNaruto UzumakiTháng trước
  • Considering all the dirty handed tactics they have used, and mostly due to all the lying to their consumers, we can only hope they fail and disappear.

    VodkarageVodkarageTháng trước
  • Man hats off to your balls. So much truth about the gods gets you banned real bad

    The PapaThe PapaTháng trước
  • I prefer amd over intel period

    archie andrewsarchie andrewsTháng trước
  • That's what happens when MBAs become the CEO of companies.

    Boomerino KripperinoBoomerino KripperinoTháng trước
  • Really feel guilty of buying those sluggish Dell & HP laptops with underperforming Intel chips last 2 decades.. 😒 Like many others I too got suckered into their marketing & distribution.

    WittyRoarkWittyRoarkTháng trước
  • Intel isn't going anywhere. They are lucky to be in a position where they have enough capital to make a tonne of mistakes. If they get desperate they will probably sell CPUs below cost just to choke the competition out for a while. Don't forget, Intel supply loads of other products for example networking. Every motherboard I have owned in the past 15 years has had an integrated Intel Ethernet and/or wifi NIC even my AMD boards. And they have been using the same chip (intel I210/1 NIC) in most cases since 2011/12! They will bounce back eventually.

    funbucket09funbucket09Tháng trước
  • Now I understand that Intel CPU trying to set itself on fire.. Just couldn't take it anymore lol

    AnneAnneTháng trước
  • The issue with cold fusion is that every video topic is so damn amazing, I waste most of my time deciding which one to watch 1st

    Manav LakhaniManav LakhaniTháng trước
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      Young And InvestingYoung And Investing26 ngày trước
  • Intel were trying to outdo Microsoft in the unethical and anti-trust department.

    Skeptical NarrativesSkeptical NarrativesTháng trước
  • Kinda story of Rabbit and Turtle

    Patthayos PolsongkramPatthayos PolsongkramTháng trước
  • The bent chalk mostly list because line neuroanatomically grip besides a five marble. makeshift, imperfect quit

    Joy DunlapJoy DunlapTháng trước
  • This article is about 2 years too late. intels fab problem getting resolved and they're even gaining market share from AMD.

    Shan DantanarayanaShan DantanarayanaTháng trước
  • Leadership is Key: Lisa Sue brought AMD Back, Steve Jobs returned woke up Apple. Jensen Huang is the driving force behind Nvidia's success. Intel is (was) managed by an accountant... Accountants don't innovate, it involves risk. They will only eat up the future of the company to reward the shareholders. From a production perspective the real competitor to Intel is not AMD, but TSMC. TSMC can spread their R&D and Capex over a much larger production than Intel. AMD is fabless, they rely on TSMC to produce while their R&D is focussed on design and innovation.

    Philippe VaessenPhilippe VaessenTháng trước
  • What a phonies, I guess no point to believe any of intel GPU news/benchmarks either.. those business practises make me puke..

    Ex OwEx OwTháng trước
  • Noyce

    Jesús Javier Fernández de Larrea RodríguezJesús Javier Fernández de Larrea RodríguezTháng trước
  • Intel is Done AMD is working now on 3nano Chip

    The Real GodFatherThe Real GodFatherTháng trước
  • The lesson of this story is karma is a bitch

    Peter AndersonPeter AndersonTháng trước
  • Amd perjuangan hadir ❤️

    andri kurniawanandri kurniawanTháng trước
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      Young And InvestingYoung And Investing26 ngày trước
  • Interesting. Tks.

    Lex LimLex LimTháng trước
  • Intel has a Boeing problem. Tech companies run by accountants instead of engineers.

    Malith PereraMalith PereraTháng trước
  • Cheat inside

    Muhammad Mubashirullah DurraniMuhammad Mubashirullah DurraniTháng trước
  • being an intel user myself, i'm glad to say this will be my last intel processor i'm ever using. it's going to be amd all the way from now.

    • Same with me

      محمدمحمدTháng trước
  • @coldfusiontv could you do a video on 'how big is LG please'

    Kelly ArmantradingKelly ArmantradingTháng trước
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      Young And InvestingYoung And Investing26 ngày trước
  • Global foundry was AMDs own in-house Fab production until its tech fall behind and they split. It allow AMD to concentrate as design and marketing company only

    au jackau jackTháng trước
  • Make me feel so good of my new Asus ZenBook flip with AMD inside 😎

    Gg GigigaGg GigigaTháng trước
  • From my experience, I trust Intel's long term reliability, I have an HP laptop with a Core 2 Duo, it's 12 years old and it continues working, my mom bought a HP with an AMD processor 9 years ago, and it had a processor failure after only 3 years, that's why my new laptop has an Intel processor, it's a HP with a Celeron processor (I really don't need more computing power), time will tell if I'm right or not. (If someone has more data about long-term reliability between brands, I will appreciate it). Greetings

    Esteban AmadorEsteban AmadorTháng trước
    • @Pete thank you Pete for your answer. Greetings

      Esteban AmadorEsteban AmadorTháng trước
    • 9 years ago AMD didn't have good processors but they were really cheap, so manufactures used them....sometimes you get what you pay for. AMD are still cheaper than Intel, but not by as much, does this mean they're built better? You'd hope so. Certainly, the mainstream view of Intel processors is that they are reliable, even if built on larger architecture than the competition, but they will cost you more for the same performance. The real problem isn't the product, it's the company behind it.

      PetePeteTháng trước
  • Wee need Intel to keep AMD CPU prices in check ;)

    K KrolikK KrolikTháng trước
  • Great video. I thought this was much better than part 1.

    DavidDavidTháng trước
  • Is there any other fab with a modern manufacturing process aside TSMC? Usually, it is the only name coming up. With that in mind, the worst that could happen would be if Intel gave up on its own manufacturing process. Having competition is crucial. And I somehow doubt the European initiative will be a huge factor. While Intels current trouble looks like some technical problem, in fact, typically such things are management problems. When the techs are denied their creativity, which makes them worth their salt, when vertical communications becomes a one way top down street, when key people leave because of toxic climates in companies, when middle management bends one way or the other in its sandwich position. I would not know which of such typical problems in companies apply to Intels case, but usually it is a combination of the ones mentioned above.

    Ruffian EoRuffian EoTháng trước