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    IBM nanosheet technology enables 5nm chipmaking

    Worked with Samsung and Globalfoundries on this new 5nm chip manufacturing process.
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    Re: IBM nanosheet technology enables 5nm chipmaking

    SO this means we will have i7-7700 performance on a 7 inch tablet?

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    Re: IBM nanosheet technology enables 5nm chipmaking

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    SO this means we will have i7-7700 performance on a 7 inch tablet?
    No, because 7 inch tablets are a dead format.

    But perhaps in a 11" 2-in-1.


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    Re: IBM nanosheet technology enables 5nm chipmaking

    Always baffled by how "handmade" transistors look up close...

    Interesting technology, however. Can't wait to hear and see more.

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    Re: IBM nanosheet technology enables 5nm chipmaking

    anyone have at their finger tips the stats for what people are saying 7nm will do vs 10nm so we can try and judge the performance difference between 5nm and 7nm?

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