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Is chipmaker Intel (INTC) poised for a comeback? Now that the company's $15 billion acquisition of Mobileye has closed, Cramer said the time might be right to take a chance.

While Intel's history with acquisitions hasn't been stellar, Cramer noted that Mobileye's autonomous driving platform gives Intel a sizable lead in this most important space.

On the downside however, Cramer noted that Intel is facing serious competition from both Nvidia (NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) , although Intel says it has a plan to compete.

At just 12 times earnings with a 3% dividend yield, Cramer said he's willing to take a chance on Intel, as the company was once the leader in all things silicon.

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