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Intel R&D envisions 10nm chips by 2015, already developing 14nm process

By Jos
May 14, 2012
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  1. Intel just started shipping its first 22nm silicon with the release of Ivy Bridge in April, but the company is already looking ahead to the next advancements in process technology....

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  2. the borg are here you will all be assimilated the nano probes are being developed right for your future assimilation.
     
  3. EEatGDL

    EEatGDL TS Booster Posts: 305   +51

    Wow, and I thought 5nm with sillicon was actually impossible for the number of atoms that would build a transistor. The only thing more impressive than that is what will they do after shrinking transistors is no longer possible.
     
  4. if the transistors can no longer be shrinked, then maybe it's time to increase the number of processor sockets.
     
  5. Yeah!!! Way to go Intel! :D

    I work at FAB 32, based in Queen Creek, Arizona. More work for us to do!
     
  6. OK you work there, can say WHEN come out unlocked XEONS out ? for the EVGA SR-X mobo.....
     
  7. 9Nails

    9Nails TechSpot Paladin Posts: 994   +89

    This sort of stuff is just amazing.
     
  8. And I work in D1D :)
     
  9. SirDevanche

    SirDevanche TS Rookie

    Still waiting for my 4 ym fabrication, :p
     


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