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I saw some articles saying that 11nm is the smallest size that atoms are stable enough to be useful.

OT: Ivy Bridge would probably cost less than 980x since the manufacturing process is getting smaller and achieving much higher efficiency.
    
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Tri-gate transistors.

Planar



Tri-Gate





o.0

This is gonna add a feckton of complications while manufacturing the chip. No more electrolyzed and doped layers fabricating means changing the whole stuff.

If Ivy doesn't succeed Intel is going to need a major money injection if they truly implement such gating design.
   
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I wonder what's going to happen once we hit the 0.5nm barrier. If they get any smaller, they'll have to transfer parts of an atom. I wonder if it can create something explosive by rebuilding the atom in the wrong way...
Won't happen, the whole design of chips will have to have evolved (away from electrons/transistors) before we get close to 0.5nm, due to electrons migrating between gates and messing everything up
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Ivy Bridge will be pointless if they can't get past that 56x multiplier. Intel thats priority one!
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Ivy Bridge will be pointless if they can't get past that 56x multiplier. Intel thats priority one!
Unless they go higer on the Bclk
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Another great article on the topic...

Why Intel's 22nm technology really matters
http://www.zdnet.com/blog/computers/...03?tag=nl.e550
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Tri-gate transistors.

Planar



Tri-Gate


This looks cool, while the silicone substrate looks like it has more surface area between the Gate and the Oxide layers, the Substrate thickness looks to have taken a hit. I am guessing this is just a general idea drawing, but at this rate, I would think the chip built on this architecture would at the first draft be more likely to fail when over volting. But we are talking about 22nm, and smaller means faster when it comes to these.

Good thing for intel they have 6+ months to finish this product out. I would still be weary of being an early adopter of this chip.

Oh and I think the Idea is awesome. Not bashing that at all.
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The first Prototype 40nm GPU was the 4770 and was a fairly decent success.

I wouldn't doubt that they already know how to make a 22nm CPU. They're just trying to make the most of the 32nm designs first before trying to move on.
     
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Intel seems to be really producing the goods lately, depending on what AMD releases(I doubt it will beat SB/IB but hey who knows) I might change to whatever it released after IB.
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