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    Intel tech roll back: it is fabbing the new H310C chipset at 22nm

    Freeing up 14nm capacity for its CPU production.
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    Re: Intel tech roll back: it is fabbing the new H310C chipset at 22nm

    Oooh, I do wonder if this will begin to push up i5, i7, i9 prices.... that would be utterly delicious. I REALLY should have invested in AMD stock.

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    Re: Intel tech roll back: it is fabbing the new H310C chipset at 22nm

    Intel's problems is just like Tesla....management nightmare. Billions of dollars for R&D without good leadership is simply bad business. Lisa Su has proved to be a better leader than any leader intel has ever had.

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    Re: Intel tech roll back: it is fabbing the new H310C chipset at 22nm

    Happens all the time. Company gets a real lead on everybody. They sit back because they can. Competitor comes along with a product that disrupts everything....
    Think Nokia for a famous example of this. Not that Intel will go the same way as they did...
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    Re: Intel tech roll back: it is fabbing the new H310C chipset at 22nm

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Happens all the time. Company gets a real lead on everybody. They sit back because they can. Competitor comes along with a product that disrupts everything....
    AFAICT Intel invested massively in 10nm R&D, I don't think it was lack of effort just that the likes of Samsung & TSMC have better engineers atm.

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    Re: Intel tech roll back: it is fabbing the new H310C chipset at 22nm

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    AFAICT Intel invested massively in 10nm R&D, I don't think it was lack of effort just that the likes of Samsung & TSMC have better engineers atm.
    Yup I was generalising... this *could* have started a few years back
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    Re: Intel tech roll back: it is fabbing the new H310C chipset at 22nm

    Why would Intel would use TSMC when they still have all those old processes up and running?

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