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  • 27/03/2023
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Intel's Project Endgame could be a PC streaming service beyond just gaming

Back in February, Intel held its online investor briefing to lay out future plans for the business. Intel talked a lot about the future of CPUs and GPUs, and briefly mentioned something called Project Endgame. At the time, I speculated it was something a lot like Nvidia's GeForce now, and thanks to the upcoming Arc GPU launch, we have a little more clarity.

Intel's Project Endgame could be a PC streaming service beyond just gaming

Intel's Lisa Pearce wrote a blog post answering some pressing questions coming up to the launch, and one of them addressed the mysterious Project Endgame, though it's still a bit vague. It does sound like we weren't far off with the game streaming comparisons, though it may go a bit further than that.

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