Intel At the Heart of PC Gaming

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Intel At the Heart of PC Gaming

Join Genevieve Bell, Director of the School of Cybernetics, Australian National University and Senior Fellow and VP, Intel Corporation. and Roger Chandler, VP and General Manager Enthusiast PC & Workstation, Intel Corporation as they discuss how Intel works across the gaming ecosystem to bring the worlds best experiences to life, as well as hearing the latest on Intel’s newest product offerings that are meeting the needs of PC gamers hunger for performance!
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WED, OCT 18, 2023
10:10 AM - 10:55 AM

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