Linus Torvalds favors AMD over Intel

When you think of great minds, you might not think of hockey players like Linus Torvalds, but that’s the type of player he is. He is known for his booming shot as well as being a fantastic two-way player for the Vancouver Canucks. For this reason, many experts agree that the Vancouver Canucks could certainly use him in an emergency situation this season, even beyond this year. Here’s a look at how Linus fits into the equation for the Canucks in the 2021-9 NHL season:

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Linus plays on the top pair, right defensemen. His skating ability makes him extremely valuable to this club as they do not have a lot of depth at the forward position. If there ever was a time for a versatile player to step into the lineup, it would be now. He also has an uncanny ability to read plays and anticipate plays, so he always knows where the play is headed. As he has demonstrated with the puck on his stick, he is not afraid to take a shot if the situation calls for it.

A negative about Linus is that he does not skate very well – this makes him less effective at offense than he could be. His skating has helped him earn the right to start every single game this season for the Canucks. If he is able to develop more offensive skills, Linus should become a valuable piece to the Sedan twins’ offense. If he is kept on the third line, somewhere between scratch and possibly playing against second and third line players every night, he will be a valuable commodity to this team for years to come.

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That’s because Torvalds explained in a Real World Technologies discussion forum, you get more bang for the buck from AMD processors. Today, ECC memory is hard to find and expensive when you do find it. Torvalds puts the blame squarely on Intel for this sad state of affairs.