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    ASML version of Intel roadmap shows 1.4nm CPUs arrive in 2029

    Graphic suggests that Intel will return to a two year manufacturing process cadence.
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    Re: ASML version of Intel roadmap shows 1.4nm CPUs arrive in 2029

    I guess we can all have dreams

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    Re: ASML version of Intel roadmap shows 1.4nm CPUs arrive in 2029

    Will Intel still be a thing in 2029?

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    Re: ASML version of Intel roadmap shows 1.4nm CPUs arrive in 2029

    Quote Originally Posted by Wrinkly View Post
    Will Intel still be a thing in 2029?
    Nice joke, Intel is still a giant. I expect them to bounce back to the top in 1-2 years. If they don't, then maybe they are in a little trouble, they still have plenty of cash to burn though.

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    Re: ASML version of Intel roadmap shows 1.4nm CPUs arrive in 2029

    ASML version of Intel roadmap
    *whispers "Intel roadmap" sexily*

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    Re: ASML version of Intel roadmap shows 1.4nm CPUs arrive in 2029

    I hope I am around to see when any company gets to below 5nm. It'll be amazing to be able to use a cpu at such small transistor sizes. I just cant see how any company will prevent the increase of cross talk, I would think as die's shrink, cross talk will go way up?

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