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    News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Tri-gate transistors and process-node improvements provide key advantages.
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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Cool story bro

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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Quote Originally Posted by DeAnt28790 View Post
    Cool story bro


    Don't appreciate it? Go elsewhere then, instead of insulting the writers who spend their time writing new stories for us, free of charge [to us].

    Thanks for the article, interesting read.

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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Despite ARM based SOCs not being made on cutting edge processes,they seem to be doing quite well. We will see how the new Atoms turn out next year.

    Also,Samsung and TSMC have also invested in ASML too.


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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    3D transitors...that do what exactly? Ivy Bridge 22nm is the same clock speed as Sandy Bridge 32nm for 20% lower TDP. I'm pretty sure a normal shrink will do that. Hell AMD often gets better than 20% perf/watt on the same node.

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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo75 View Post
    3D transitors...that do what exactly?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIkMaQJSyP8

    Explains it well.
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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    After all the mass media underpants wetness last year at the last IDF,I think I am just going to wait until Haswell is out!

    Power consumption reductions are of interest to me being a SFF PC fan,but the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    sorry samsung and arm are the leaders. in chip sales. people are looking for mobile hand held devices which intel is not looking for.

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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Intel not looking for hand held devices? I'm sure that's news to them
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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Has anyone actually seen an intel phone in the flesh btw?

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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo75 View Post
    Has anyone actually seen an intel phone in the flesh btw?
    Yes, Orange San Diego: http://www.engadget.com/2012/06/14/o...-diego-review/
    There's also news Intel successfully ported Jelly Bean on Atoms, tho there's no date given for its actual availability: http://hexus.net/mobile/news/android...bean-medfield/ (edited to link to HeXus article instead)
    The phone itself seems a decent performer for the asking price. I can't comment on its build quality as I've only seen a few and not actually used any, but they seem decent enough both in performance (there's a chart in the linked article) as well as usability.
    Here's the phone's specification: http://www.gsmarena.com/orange_san_diego-4588.php
    Last edited by howdee; 13-09-2012 at 01:40 PM. Reason: changed news link to HeXus article instead of an external one

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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    My Uncle has the San Diego and it feels just as fast as my S3
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    Re: News - Intel 'years ahead' of competition in silicon manufacturing

    Quote Originally Posted by Terbinator View Post
    My Uncle has the San Diego and it feels just as fast as my S3
    As far as general usage goes yes, it's quite capable, even amazingly so considering it's a single core CPU. It also drinks less of the battery juice on moderate use. All in all a perfectly acceptable device, especially given its price point. The major drawback for the younger generations though would be its 3D performance in games. Your S3 is still in a class of its own when compared to San Diego in 3D environments, and your device offers a lot better connectivity both wired as well as wireless. The camera on S3 is also a lot better (even if it uses heavy post-processing and sometimes lacks finer detail at least it gets rid of the omnipresent noise quite effectively), but as some users of the SD report, turning backlight compensation on (off by default) does improve the IQ substantially. All things considered, I would still much rather have your S3 than your uncle's San Diego. But Intel did show it can stir some trouble with future mobile Atom revisions

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