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Intel likes PC systems powered by its processors to wear their stickers proudly. Thus pre-built desktops and laptop PCs with Intel CPUs will invariably come with a shiny holographic sticker already adhered in a prominent position. If you have lost one of these stickers or somehow become spoiled, you might be pleased to know Intel has a quick and efficient Replacement Intel Inside Logo Label program. How do we know it is fast and efficient? Because Redditor Excellent-Ad-7062 just used the service and gave it a glowing review.




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The Redditor recently bought a used Intel processor for a system and, as he "always liked the stickers," wondered about how to acquire one. Of course, if you search Google, you will come across various eBay and Amazon sellers. Still, if you have proof of purchase of an Intel processor or system powered by an Intel chip, you can get a new sticker for free via the link in the intro paragraph.


Genuine Intel stickers have a certain quality about them. Holographic elements give them an eye-catching depth when viewed from various angles. Depending on the processor generation, you will also see a representation (opens in new tab) of the processor architecture from the back. Tip: check this out before sticking the sticker on your PC.


Just wondering if anyone has tried this official program for replacement Intel stickers with processors that go way before the last few generations?Does Intel fulfil most of these sticker requests?


These stickers serve no purpose except for letting the customers know that their motherboard has an intel processor. It also has the processor series information (i5, i7 etc.) printed on it, sometimes along with its generation and number of cores.


However, there are users who are so used to seeing these stickers on their computers that its absence feels as if they have a car without headlights. Then, there are those who have replaced their keyboard or palm rest losing their sticker. Also, these stickers are almost impossible to peel off without damaging it in some way.


Those stickers are the pain-in-the-ass type that when you pull them off seperate into 2 layers and leave the sticky shiny residue all over the previous case and become completely useless. They are one time use.


The stickers are required by Intel for OEM to put on them when they build a system with one of them Intel CPUs. Peel the stick off slowly so the glue stays on the sticker and not on the case, then you can put that to your new case.


By the end of the 1980s, buoyed by its fortuitous position as microprocessor supplier to IBM and IBM's competitors within the rapidly growing personal computer market, Intel embarked on a 10-year period of unprecedented growth as the primary (and most profitable) hardware supplier to the PC industry, part of the winning 'Wintel' combination. Moore handed over his position as CEO to Andy Grove in 1987. By launching its Intel Inside marketing campaign in 1991, Intel was able to associate brand loyalty with consumer selection, so that by the end of the 1990s, its line of Pentium processors had become a household name.


Intel had also for a number of years been embroiled in litigation. US law did not initially recognize intellectual property rights related to microprocessor topology (circuit layouts), until the Semiconductor Chip Protection Act of 1984, a law sought by Intel and the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).[55] During the late 1980s and 1990s (after this law was passed), Intel also sued companies that tried to develop competitor chips to the 80386 CPU.[56] The lawsuits were noted to significantly burden the competition with legal bills, even if Intel lost the suits.[56] Antitrust allegations had been simmering since the early 1990s and had been the cause of one lawsuit against Intel in 1991. In 2004 and 2005, AMD brought further claims against Intel related to unfair competition.


The acquisition of a Spanish natural language recognition startup, Indisys was announced in September 2013. The terms of the deal were not disclosed but an email from an Intel representative stated: "Intel has acquired Indisys, a privately held company based in Seville, Spain. The majority of Indisys employees joined Intel. We signed the agreement to acquire the company on May 31 and the deal has been completed." Indysis explains that its artificial intelligence (AI) technology "is a human image, which converses fluently and with common sense in multiple languages and also works in different platforms".[258]


Mion felt that the public didn't really need to fully understand why Intel chips were better, they just needed to feel they were better. So Mion proposed a market test. Intel would pay for a MicroAge billboard somewhere saying, "If you're buying a personal computer, make sure it has Intel inside." In turn, MicroAge would put "Intel Inside" stickers on the Intel-based computers in their stores in that area. To make the test easier to monitor, Mion decided to do the test in Boulder, Colorado, where it had a single store. Virtually overnight, the sales of personal computers in that store dramatically shifted to Intel-based PCs. Intel very quickly adopted "Intel Inside" as its primary branding and rolled it out worldwide.[297] As is often the case with computer lore, other tidbits have been combined to explain how things evolved. "Intel Inside" has not escaped that tendency and there are other "explanations" that had been floating around.


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