Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP
lmao.. we are going to be on 14nm for atleast 2 generations.
we've been on 28nm for a while, companies know they can eventually get more out of the process than the could initially.
20nm failing is something entirely different that merely skipping it.
Nvidia might make its way for down 14nm in the next gen but i doubt it.
10nm and 7nm will be a ARM and intel market (not together but the arm processors in phones will be easier for those fabs to sell as they will pay more than GPU companies that know they can last a few gens on a single node)
I agree. The same semi process for two architectures.
The master of all semi companies, Intel, is adding another generation to it's tick/tock cycle since transistor shrinks can't keep up with design changes.