The salesman tells the buyer this super fast computer is a 3Ghz celeron with 512MB RAM blah blah. Normal Joe's don't know that the game they buy off a shelf won't work on their PC and that is the real problem
How is that Intel's fault?
If Intel would provide better onboard graphics, then games would actually work for the majority of store bought computers.
No. Intel offers exactly what most consumers need.
You can't blame them here.
Blame the guy selling Intel's non-gaming PCs as a gaming PC.
I mean, if I go to a used car dealer and tell him I need a truck to tow a boat and he sells me a Honda Civic, telling me it has plenty of power, do I blame Honda when the Civic doesn't fit my needs?
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