i would assume that intel see it as a loss leader that will give them valuable feedback and possibly a market advantage in the future so are willing to make a loss whilst they gather the telemetry and other user feedback/ establish dgpu market presence.
I'm not sure any psu manual I've read says the protection only works once, maybe something the average user is unaware of. probably better if it failed gracefully and blew a fuse on a protection event rather than powering on after some time.
well im satisfied that they demonstrated that opp doesn't work satisfactorily and shut the psu down before doing damage to itself. seems a design flaw to me, wouldnt accept one of those psu's even if it was free. gigabyte can waffle on as much as they want i dont think many people are buying...
i switched to the pc a few years ago for gaming, im not switching back. i just upgrade bit by bit when i see something cheap but better than the hardware i already have, if i think i need to upgrade.
bonus i can still play most of the old pc games, if you switch consoles your lucky if they...
its the commision that creates the laws afaik, the mep's just rubber stamp them. still dunno how companies are going to implement this, maybe better for them to do a geo block and ignore the eu altogether.
you can see in the video the blue receiver/transmitter they have to place right over the icd to get a connection with it.
i think the carelink programmers only work at very close range, i dont think a defib can be reprogrammed remotely from what i remember. did look into them when the doc thought i had brugada syndrome. im not too worried.