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Raw CPU performance is no longer Intel's main goal (except for their i7 Extreme CPU's). Like Ivy Bridge, which has no significant advantage over Sandy Bridge except the stronger integrated HD 4000 (now on par with AMD's 1st generation Llano APU's), PCIe 3.0, native USB 3.0 and a few other features. Dominating in mobile computing is now one of their main goals, with Haswell getting lower power consumption to fit onto tablets.

I remember there was an article about Intel making its own GPU...
post #102 of 127
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For the people happy about AMD setbacks and performance issues this is the reality of what will happen if AMD drops out of the race all together.

There are plenty of other companies that can and will step up to get a piece of that pie if AMD goes away. They won't let intel be the only one when there are a lot of fabs out there who could potentially step up to making CPU's for computers. Everybody thinks it can't be done but it can.
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the irish are too busy drinking whiskey!
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I don't see why this has anything to do with AMD. 14nm would help intel push into ARM territory, if Intel is delaying a ramp there it's probably because of expected demand or maybe problems with 14nm tools/process.
Edited by TranquilTempest - 11/12/12 at 5:18am
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I don't see why this has anything to do with AMD. 14nm would help intel push into ARM territory, if Intel is delaying a ramp there it's probably because of expected demand or maybe problems with 14nm tools/process.

I think if AMD had the performance crown then Intel would be forced to come out with better CPU's quicker cause they would probably be losing some revenue to AMD. Since AMD is down right now then they don't have to spend extra money to come out with new processors as quickly.
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Well thanks for this AMD mad.gif
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I blame the gaming consoles.
If the games developers not had to make games for technology of 10 years back.
Everything would go faster.

Gaming doesn't drive CPU tech like it does with GPU tech. Games are rarely CPU-bound (on PC at least).
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It has been claimed that transistors cannot be scaled below the size achievable at 16 nm due to quantum tunnelling, regardless of the materials used.
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It has been claimed that transistors cannot be scaled below the size achievable at 16 nm due to quantum tunnelling, regardless of the materials used.
Intel already has 14nm prototypes, next time you hear the word "cannot" or "impossible" you should seriously consider the possibility that the source is full of ****.
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With all the changing of the hardware landscape going on right now, it seems like a good move to step back and let a few more battles be won between competitors before one makes significant bets in one direction or another.

Still hope they think about re-hiring their workers in the future, though. You can't just invent more workforce.
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