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Old July 28, 2011, 05:44 PM
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Default Roadmap Shows Intel Readying 14nm and 10nm Chips

A roadmap outlining Intel’s micro-architecture plans for the better part of the next decade has emerged online. According to this roadmap, Intel plans to continue their “tick-tock” product cycle in which every “tick” is a shrinking of the process technology used in the previous architecture whilst the “tock” is a new micro-architecture entirely. Keeping with this strategy Intel will release two new processors, codenamed Skylake and Skymont using 14nm and 10nm process technology sometime between 2015-2018.

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Old July 28, 2011, 06:24 PM
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i remember when in the roadmap they were expecting 10ghz p4's or something..yeah right.

10nm is going to be very interesting. hell below 22nm is going to be interesting
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Old July 28, 2011, 06:59 PM
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Hell, even 22nm should be interesting lol. But seriously. I'm extremely curious how this whole tri-gate transistor business is going to pan out...let alone process shrinks...
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