Intel introduces video game graphics chips to challenge Nvidia

Intel plans to start selling graphics chips for video gamers next month, aiming to get a share of a lucrative market dominated by competitors Nvidia and Advanced micro-systems

Intel dominates in semiconductors at the computing core of personal computers, but it long ago ceded the market for video game graphics chips to Nvidia and AMD. Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger Tuesday signaled that the company would re-enter that realm, releasing a graphics card for gamers that is expected to be available on October 12.


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