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    Intel 10nm density is 2.7X improved over its 14nm node

    New report says that Intel can pack 100.8 million transistors per square mm.
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    Re: Intel 10nm density is 2.7X improved over its 14nm node

    Intel PR driven decision makers bit off more than its engineers could chew. Trying to increase the scaling to 2.7 instead of the usual 2 means they went a bit too far. On the other hand, some will say my attempted jokes go too far as well. LOL

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    Re: Intel 10nm density is 2.7X improved over its 14nm node

    Quote Originally Posted by tygrus View Post
    Intel PR driven decision makers bit off more than its engineers could chew. Trying to increase the scaling to 2.7 instead of the usual 2 means they went a bit too far. On the other hand, some will say my attempted jokes go too far as well. LOL
    PR vs Engineers ... age old problem

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    Re: Intel 10nm density is 2.7X improved over its 14nm node

    If density the only thing that can be commented on as a dramatic improvement then the rest of the process is just a crippling disappointment.

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    Re: Intel 10nm density is 2.7X improved over its 14nm node

    It seems like if Intel ever gets that process working well, it could compete well with other companies' 7nm. I wonder when that will happen.

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    Re: Intel 10nm density is 2.7X improved over its 14nm node

    Still dual core? Epic Intel fail.

    Even the cheapest/lowest end AMD CPU is 4 cores, with or without iGPU! Being fabless means that EVERYBODY else from AMD to Apple can have access to the latest 7nm process from TSMC and Global Foundries. What a joke!

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