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    News - Intel talks-up potential of 22nm tri-gate transistors at IDF

    They're better in every way, apparently.
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    Re: News - Intel talks-up potential of 22nm tri-gate transistors at IDF

    Does this mean we'll see more power-supply circuitry embedded in 22nm?
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    Re: News - Intel talks-up potential of 22nm tri-gate transistors at IDF

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Does this mean we'll see more power-supply circuitry embedded in 22nm?
    As I understand it, which isn't at super boffin level I'll admit, (A big part of me really wants that to be his official job title ) not really. It's a relatively simple structural change in terms of design, the bulk of the challenge was in actually producing it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIkMaQJSyP8 is a pretty good, if slightly childish explanation from the same guy.


    Little typo;
    only cost a few per cent more than size-equivalent planar designs.

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