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Intel and TSMC Say 32nm Development 'In Good Shape'

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With the main buzz about the next semiconductor process shift being to 45nm, Intel and TSMC are already gearing up the development of the 32nm node, reports DigiTimes. The article quotes Intel's director of technology strategy Paolo A. Gargini as saying that its development of the 32nm process is “in good shape.â€

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Stop the madness!!!!
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They move too fast I tell ya! You need to build a new PC/heavily upgrade your current one every 6 months or less!!! New processors come out requiring new mobos and then new GPU's come out that you gotta drop $500 on and then buy a new mobo and CPU in another 6 months to keep up with the times...

It's insanity... and I love it!
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They move too fast I tell ya! You need to build a new PC/heavily upgrade your current one every 6 months or less!!! New processors come out requiring new mobos and then new GPU's come out that you gotta drop $500 on and then buy a new mobo and CPU in another 6 months to keep up with the times...

It's insanity... and I love it!
You don't have to upgrade....
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intel didnt switch away from 775 for their transition to 65nm. Amd isnt switching from am2 for their 65nm. I wouldnt consider it a huge upgrade if you just have to drop in a new processor.
    
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You don't have to upgrade....
Very True but you also dont want to be left behind.
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intel didnt switch away from 775 for their transition to 65nm. Amd isnt switching from am2 for their 65nm. I wouldnt consider it a huge upgrade if you just have to drop in a new processor.
Well if this is in conjunction with DDR3 and PCI-E 2.0 you will
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Stop the madness!!!!
NO GET MORE CRAY I WANT -100w -45 nm chips whit 100000000ghtz 4 biliion ops per cycle
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Well if this is in conjunction with DDR3 and PCI-E 2.0 you will
That would be AM3. And you cant just drop in a conroe into any 775 mobo.
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Next up- Invisible chips! So small we can't even see them!
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