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Intel on Track to Start Making 14nm “Broadwell” Chips in 2013.

Started by: danwat1234 | Date 01/19/13 03:22:14 AM
Comments: 5 | Last Comment:  07/18/15 02:40:21 PM

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So is 14nm actually smaller than 16nm or is just marketing kind of like 2x nm SSDs?
1 0 [Posted by: danwat1234  | Date: 01/19/13 03:22:14 AM]
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It is marketing, some engineers measured intel's current "22nm" process, and it is "only" "26nm". Lots of marketing involved... as usual nowadays.

For 14nm I expect the same. They won't change any process parameters, just the name is changed.
2 0 [Posted by: Bingle  | Date: 01/19/13 05:23:39 AM]

Wait 13w is really 7w in Intel speak... What a bunch of clowns Intel has for maanagement. AnandTech caught them in their lies.

If Intel's 14nm node, (aka as 18nm node), is as poor as their 22nm node (actually 26nm), Intel will be lucky to net anything other than some power reduction.
1 1 [Posted by: beenthere  | Date: 01/19/13 05:56:55 PM]


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