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Author Topic: Intel refutes rumors of eliminating 10nm from the desktop, but don't expect anything till 2022  (Read 453 times)

Redaktion

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Fresh rumors have surfaced indicating that Intel would scrap 10nm on the desktop altogether and instead, directly launch 7nm Meteor Lake chips sometime in 2022 as 10nm has not yet reached the high clocks and yields required for desktops. However, Intel has refuted these rumors and clarified that 'great progress' is being made on 10nm that also includes desktop products.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-refutes-rumors-of-eliminating-10nm-from-the-desktop-but-don-t-expect-anything-till-2022.438976.0.html

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At that time AMD will be on 5nm Zen4, how can Intel compete with them?

 

 
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