Intel - From Inventors of the CPU to Laughing Stock [Part 1]

21 jan 2021
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  • Good work Dagogo! - a really interesting episode! Having lived through all that you talk about and being involved with a lot of it, it was great to see you consolidate the histroy into a digestible couple of episodes!

    Philip Rhoades PPhilip Rhoades P2 månader sedan
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    • @jkirk1626 where did race come into the picture? Like where's the relevance?

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    • Yea I resonate with this too. Thanks for taking us through.

      Carlos KipijaCarlos KipijaMånad sedan
    • Intel Salesman: We have the hottest Chips on the market. (Quite Literally).

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    • @jkirk1626 LIke Bugs Bunny would say: "What a maroon!".

      Philip Rhoades PPhilip Rhoades P2 månader sedan
  • You're videos are so well done. Great job!!

    John IrvinJohn Irvin2 dagar sedan
  • Intel: "We are the best and the fastest" Lisa Su: "AMD go bbbrrrr"

    FezzyFezzy3 dagar sedan
  • good history lesson, horrible title, very disrespectful to a well respected company and its hard working people

    perf bperf b6 dagar sedan
  • The name of the first head of DEC is not Ken Oslon, it is Ken Olsen.

    Alex MartinsonAlex Martinson8 dagar sedan
  • the CPU is not the brains of a computer, it takes human intelligence to invent it, and human made software is the actual brains of a computer. as the inventors say - a computer is dumb unless a program is running on it.

    Kent FergusonKent Ferguson9 dagar sedan
  • Man this was fascinating. Love your work, mate. I think I need your book, too.

    Karl BurnettKarl Burnett13 dagar sedan
  • Is it me or does Robert Noyce resemble The Punisher?

    Karl BurnettKarl Burnett13 dagar sedan
  • Switching theory is just as key to the history of computing as Fairchild or Intel. Before semiconductor there was the vacuum tube and before that the punch card of IBM, different technology for switching devices. As recent as 60 years ago in the 60's, AT&T conducted field trials of a new electronic switching system(ESS) The ESS employed a special type of reed switch known as a ferreed. Normally, a reed switch is constructed of two thin metal strips, or reeds, which are sealed in a glass tube. When an electromagnetic coil surrounding the tube is energized, the reeds close, making an electrical contact. Another switching technology. www.britannica.com/technology/telephone/Electronic-switching

    K ChanK Chan13 dagar sedan
  • 15:38 Ken Oslon? Did you mean Ken Olsen, founder of DEC? This industry icon, founded same year as Fairchild, however didn't survive as long as Fairchild did.

    K ChanK Chan13 dagar sedan
  • 12:15 -No good, you bad! -But... I just arrived yesterday. -YOU LATE! Got to love that Japanese work culture :P

    Mats RemiMats Remi13 dagar sedan
  • I love how this guy that probably makes youtube videos for a living can say that Intel, a quarter trillion dollar company is a "laughing stock". Don't believe everything you hear from these youtube investment bros.

    Hector AndradeHector Andrade14 dagar sedan
  • Started from transistor to a powerful fire starter cpu today

    C Y R U ZC Y R U Z16 dagar sedan
  • 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 Evan17 dagar sedan
  • I love your use of Stone in Focus from Aphex Twin

    K-yoK-yo18 dagar sedan
  • 4:00 Because he betrayed everyone? He reinvented 3 Egyptian Hieroglyphs and he claimed the Title Nobel Price for himself, and the reward $33.000 as well. I have found his secret after 70 years later, and of course the Ancient Hieroglyphs as well as a proof of reinvention of Bipolar Junction Transformer. Milky Way miss read as up side down Glass Sphere (women fragile as a glass). Electronic language we know today is written everywhere on the Egyptian Monuments and Obelisks.

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  • Re 2:05 I don't think our data *actually* exist as 1s & 0s. "Digital" could mean any base, not just binary. We're being lied to. EDIT: I've been thinking about it, and actually there's a decent chance our computers really are binary. It may be less difficult to improve binary hardware, than increase away from it, except at some quantum limit.

    Konstantinos NitsopoulosKonstantinos Nitsopoulos21 dag sedan
  • Always something new and interesting to learn seeing your videos. Kudos Dagogo

    Astronaut OnealAstronaut Oneal22 dagar sedan
  • I am here after the intel Mac vs pc ads😅😅

    Manoj MaharjanManoj Maharjan25 dagar sedan
  • Intel became like IBM and GM... bloated, wasteful and slow. Jensen and Elon took their lunch money as they coasted.

    Lithium BicyclesLithium Bicycles28 dagar sedan
  • I Love Apple so much

    Martha SpeaksMartha SpeaksMånad sedan
  • Cold fusion is my new favourite channel now on SEworld.

    Sandal BasotraSandal BasotraMånad sedan
  • @coldfusiontv could you do a video on 'how big is LG please'

    Kelly ArmantradingKelly ArmantradingMånad sedan
  • i know this can’t cover everything, but there should have been a mention that intel was founded because fairchild’s business was falling, and noyce and moore were growing tired of how things were going on.

    At OussamaAt OussamaMånad sedan
  • I don't feel bad for Intel losing to Nvidia for there video / graphics chips cuz Intel graphics sucked for many many years!!!

    Israel SvedIsrael SvedMånad sedan
  • Terrific videos by cold fusion, please keep going....

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  • Invents Circuit board. Name is Shockley.

    Sidney ChanSidney ChanMånad sedan
  • Microsoft changed it's business model away from the operation system but it seems intel seems not to be unable to change and innovate

    Gregory WilsonGregory WilsonMånad sedan
  • 3:57 I see what you did there ;)

    Richard GetzRichard GetzMånad sedan
  • The best you can experience on youtube

    Aman VermaAman VermaMånad sedan
  • In India intel rocks

    Vedant PalkarVedant PalkarMånad sedan
  • Please! Start making your videos in 4K! I would love to see the quality!

    NeckernameNeckernameMånad sedan
  • Bottom line: think outside the box! I can't think of a company which applies that now more than Tesla

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  • Where is my ryzen cpu family at???

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  • Intel made "the first separately commercially available microprocessor" (C4004). They didn't invent a CPU, not by a long shot.

    3rdman3rdmanMånad sedan
  • The Z80000 and the M68000 were better but intel was cheap!

    Baxter MullinsBaxter MullinsMånad sedan
  • AMD aka 'Advanced Micro Machines' Nice.

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  • Thanks for sharing quality work.

    Nick AlphaNick AlphaMånad sedan
  • Comparing mainframe performance and price to the price of the 4000 series is also bogus. You still need all the IO and memory capability.

    Igbon5Igbon5Månad sedan
  • You are wrong right of the bat. CPU's were around long before integrated circuit versions of them. Main frames had CPU's. Intel developed integrated circuit versions of CPU's. Fundamental error.

    Igbon5Igbon5Månad sedan
  • advanced micro machines?

    John SanchezJohn SanchezMånad sedan
  • Cringe, imagine jumping on the circle jerk bandwagon. Lmao. Intel's still god tier. Your vid's full of misinformation.

    HiiBillyMaysHereHiiBillyMaysHereMånad sedan
    • Did you even watch it?

      ColdFusionColdFusionMånad sedan
  • Ken Oslon? Please, his name was Ken Olson. Ok, that's my last complainant. I give up.

    Brian CaseBrian CaseMånad sedan
    • Thanks.

      ColdFusionColdFusionMånad sedan
  • No. The 4004 was *not* a complete computer on a chip. It was a chip *set.* The main part of the CPU, and not a very capable one, fit on the single chip. It was a huge accomplishment, but it wasn't a *computer.*

    Brian CaseBrian CaseMånad sedan
  • Federico Fagin is pronounced "fah-gene" like in "magazine." Jesus, do you know much about this stuff you claim to be reporting on? AMD stands for Advanced Micro Devices. Sheesh.

    Brian CaseBrian CaseMånad sedan
  • Wrong. Integrated circuit memory was to compete with, and replace, core memory.

    Brian CaseBrian CaseMånad sedan
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  • Im amazed by your content. Really good learning for us. Thanks a ton

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  • Intel cpu is not good for gaming

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  • "Intel invented the CPU" Ever heard of von Neumann??

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  • Small www, I just picked up your book on Audible and now even more excited and looking forward to the listen!

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  • Soon even Doritos will be a more valuable chip maker than intel

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  • i like your name Dagogo later i will start presenting romanian manufactured computers from the 70s and 80s, using intel 8080 and Z80 processors, good documentary

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  • Fuck Shockley for creating Silicon Valley.

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  • Does anbody know the background music at 5:00 (starting at 4:47)?

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  • 1:27 What else was happened in 1947? Roswell and the creation of the US Air Force. Lot of money poured into a product with no end purpose unless it was reverse engineering something with terrestrial materials.

    P Chris21P Chris21Månad sedan
  • I was team AMD since about 9/11. I switched to intel just before they dropped the ball in spectacular fashion. Yarble Garble.

    Michael BeckettMichael BeckettMånad sedan
  • Not quite right - AMD was building "bit-slice" devices which enabled the "super-minicomputer" industry - a computer halfway between a mainframe and a microcomputer build with larger scale electronics. AMD developed the "2901" - a four-bit "slice" of register set and scalable ALU. And failed to meet their published spec - I worked for the company that sued AMD over their failure to deliver and thus the "2901A" was born which would enable that company's products for the next decade...

    NufosmaticNufosmaticMånad sedan
  • I like this non bs to the point videos. The whole video is full of very interesting content. Simple speech. Love it.

    Itech IwizardItech IwizardMånad sedan
  • You need to do more reading on the origin of the first transistor. Shockely did in-fact invent the first Transistor on his own during a month period of solitude. Though it was not the field affect transistor that he had been working on with his team for many years. The process he went through to make this breakthrough is unknown and the discovery is very strange. In fact in the mid 90's the American Computer company accused AT&T of illegal undisclosed technology trade from the US military which was said to be the basis of Shockley's design.

    Dr.GrooveDr.GrooveMånad sedan
  • IBM invented the X86 CPU...

    ChePennyDKChePennyDKMånad sedan
    • no they didn't, intel invented the 8086 processor and IBM put it in their original IBM PC design.

      Kent FergusonKent Ferguson9 dagar sedan
  • AMD: From the Underdog to the Top Dog

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  • Thank you Dagogo for the quality content.

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  • This channel deserved 28 million subscribers

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  • Overpriced with mediocre performance

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  • I like everything about cold fusion,❤️

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  • A tweet by Elon Musk shall decide Intel's future

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  • I'm so glad Intel is in the shit now, they basically had no competition for the past decade and they milked the consumers hard, and now AMD is back and they are stomping all over Intel, that's karma.

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  • This is correct, I'm using a high qualify AMD FX 8350 processor & it blows anything intel out of the water. IT HAS 8 CORES!!! Like holy poop thats insanity, duo & quad core are good BUT OCTA-CORE!!! AMD FX FOR THE WIN!!!

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  • An interesting footnote is that early filings for the company that would become Intel were under the name "Moore Noyce Electronics" but the name was ditched because of the negative conotation of the name sounding like "More Noise Electronics"

    Charles BlytheCharles BlytheMånad sedan
  • Correction: The first microprocessor developed by Intel was the 8008 for Computer Terminal Corporation. Intel was late producing it so wasn't used by CTC. Intel did nothing with it until after the launch of the 4004. The 4004 was the first single-chip microprocessor that was marketed.

    Eddie BleasdaleEddie BleasdaleMånad sedan
  • 0:40 “Can’t be overstated”*

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  • You guys remember the Phenom II? That must have given Intel a heart attack at the time. Unfortunately FX wasn't competitive and Intel went into price gouging mode, zero innovation. All the cutting edge stuff was in mobile chips for most of the 2.000s.

    maartenboy37maartenboy37Månad sedan
  • Long story short - An engineering company founded by and run by engineers morphs into a company run by MBAs and fails. See also Boeing.

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  • Is coldfusion the best SEworld channel ever?

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  • good one!

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  • great content as always

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  • These are the kind of videos people should be watching on the internet...Not stupid TikTok videos with equally stupid video....

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  • He means microprocessor when he says CPU. CPU is just a generic term in computing for where the processing happens. It could mean a microprocessor, the computer system its self (remember the days when at elementary school they told you the Computer Tower was the CPU), or a computer system at a factory.

    JasonJasonMånad sedan
  • Ha, I catched something interesting. It all started with 8, now we 're nearing 8 billion people on this planet.

    Charlike Mike ReagentCharlike Mike ReagentMånad sedan
  • Good history lesson. But at 7:42 you talk of Noyce inventing the IC while showing a photo of TI's Kilby who is regarded by many to have invented it.

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  • how did you not mention Jim Keller

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  • Excellent

    Martin FrølandMartin FrølandMånad sedan
  • Nowadays, AMD name should be "AND" Advanced Nano Devices :-)

    Rodrigo LucenaRodrigo LucenaMånad sedan
  • Ken Olson, not Oslon!

    Ole JacobsenOle JacobsenMånad sedan
  • 00:37 "The impact of the invention of the CPU can't be understated". Anyone that uses the word "understated" when they should say "overstated", without realising that it totally changes the meaning of what they are trying to say is the real "laughing stock" here. That was enough for me.

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  • Great video... thanks... ?Why the name: "Fairchild"?? AMD (~7:18) -> Advanced Micro Devices Intel 40(0)4 at ~13:38

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  • Is it me or most of the ideas come from Japanese? Though executed by others.

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