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And here's Intel's Epyc response: Up-to 56-core, 4GHz 14nm second-gen Xeon SP chips, Agilex FPGAs, persistent mem

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Am I the only one cynical enough to think that persistent memory is inevitably going to lead to situations where you power the computer off and back on and it remains stuck in an unintended dysfunctional state?

I'm sure they are unusual cases where it is really useful, I just can't see it being worthwhile for typical computer use.

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