Intel schedules its Vision 2022 event - Expect product launches

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Intel schedules its Vision 2022 event - Expect product launches

Expect multiple product launches at Intel's Vision 2022 event

Intel's next "Intel ON" event will be hosted in May as both an in-person conference and as an on-demand digital event. This event will take place between March 10th and May 11th and will contain three keynotes and multiple product launches. 

At Intel Vision, we expect Intel to showcase their ARC Alchemist series of graphics cards, and further detail some of their other future. That said, it remains to be seen what exactly Intel plans to showcase at the event.

Intel schedules its Vision 2022 event - Expect product launches

In-person attendees of Intel Vision will be asked to pay $899 (or $1499 after April 11th) for a pass, though Digital Event viewers will be able to watch Intel's keynotes and other broadcasts online for free. In-person attendees will have access to Intel's exclusive workshops, be able to view an exclusive "ecosystem technology showcase", and be able to participate in Intel's "attendee celebration". 

Intel Vision will be hosted at the Marriott Gaylord Texan & Convention Center, The event will take place across two days and physical attendees are required to be fully vaccinated. Proof of vaccination will be required to attend the event. 

You can join the discussion on Intel's Vision 2022 event on the OC3D Forums.

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10-03-2022, 11:44:21

Dicehunter
Considering it's "vision" I'm guessing it's going to be all about GPU's, I hope for competitions sake Intel has a very successful launch and their drivers are in top shape when they release, We sorely need a 3rd GPU player in the industry.Quote

10-03-2022, 13:56:15

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Considering it's "vision" I'm guessing it's going to be all about GPU's, I hope for competitions sake Intel has a very successful launch and their drivers are in top shape when they release, We sorely need a 3rd GPU player in the industry.
im sure they will have at least 50% for their core market, of CPUs and servers. They dont want the world to think they are shifting their strategy over as opposed to expanding.Quote

10-03-2022, 15:15:14

KingNosser
I can see bundles in the future, gotta try and get you onto a CPU while they sell you a GPU LULQuote

11-03-2022, 08:58:13

Warchild
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Originally Posted by KingNosser View Post
I can see bundles in the future, gotta try and get you onto a CPU while they sell you a GPU LUL
They probably considered it but due to crazy costs. I cant see bundles being lucrative or even appealing.

12900k over £600, GPU flagship lets say £1200

How many people have 1800 buckeroonies lying around. Also I guess many are like me, that update cpu and gpu on different cycles.Quote

11-03-2022, 16:25:10

KingNosser
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
They probably considered it but due to crazy costs. I cant see bundles being lucrative or even appealing.

12900k over £600, GPU flagship lets say £1200

How many people have 1800 buckeroonies lying around. Also I guess many are like me, that update cpu and gpu on different cycles.
Don't forget the ram, they might not but i see no reason why Intel wouldn't myself.Quote
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