Eh? Last time I checked, Intel had ~70% of the total graphics market.
If Intel also wants to get into discreet graphics, like its fair-weather friend AMD, then maybe it should think about, erm, you know, actually bothering to develop some. For instance.
Or is the mighty Intel saying that it's too incompetent to compete, on a technical if not financial level, with a comparatively tiny rival, so it has to jump into bed with another comparatively tiny rival for support?
And anyway, what is Intel even aiming for here? It already owns both the CPU and GPU market, or at least the high end of one and the low end of the other. Is it going full throttle Gordon Gekko and trying to suck up the last few percentile too?
Hmm, or maybe Intel cast its gaze over the ho-ryzen®, saw the sun setting on its market dominance, and hit the Panic Button.