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Originally Posted by Fr0sty;13411289 
0.5nm ???? where did you read that ????

Hes saying that if we keep going at this rate, we may get there
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Hes saying that if we keep going at this rate, we may get there
+1, I was just about to write that.

I read somewhere that we couldn't go below 10nm due to stability issues.
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I predict stable 5.0GHz+ overclocks at acceptable temperatures with Ivy Bridge.
    
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Ivy Bridge will be pointless if they can't get past that 56x multiplier. Intel thats priority one!
You make it sound like 56x is the cap? 6ghz has already been broken.

2500k ain't to far either





So who wants to shell out the cash and actually test this new tech?

Here's an i7 2011 socket 8 core 16 thread ES on ebay for 1.3k$

http://cgi.ebay.de/Intel-i7-8-core-E...-/220776569384


http://hwbot.org/article/newsflash/1...y_can_be_yours

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This makes it seem like 32nm is old. I mean seriously, BD, SB, and some previous Core i series are stuck with the "old" planar, power hungry, inefficient, slow transistors. Along with a ancient 32nm process.

On a more serious note though, will IB just be a shrunken SB with tri-gates? Meaning will a 4 core IB be equivalent to a 2600k at the same clocks?
same architecture but with a slight tweak ... imagine the switch from I7 nehalem to whatever came after that .... + a die shrink ....


so you'lll see a good ipc boost for sure





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Hes saying that if we keep going at this rate, we may get there

and id like to know wich atom is exactly .5nm wide





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+1, I was just about to write that.

I read somewhere that we couldn't go below 10nm due to stability issues.

with silicon ... there is still some possibilities ....



if i could find an article about some new phenomenon being researched ....


ill post the link if i can find it again ... but silicon is far from dead yet ...


EDIT: here are some articles on the research i was talking about earlier


silicon spintronic http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0505103245.htm

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1127124519.htm


http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0518172035.htm


this subject seems interesting
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