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Silicon as we know it is coming to a close shortly after this.
So we've come this far....anyone want to take a guess at what the next paradigm shift is?

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We've had thread after thread after thread about just how hard it is to make 40nm just how hard it is to make 32nm and people sincerely and desperately want to believe 22nm is coming and out of intel. They can't tell the truth about their financial position and you want me to believe their technical position. This kind of fraud met with such disbelief is only possible if you believe in some sort of innate monsterous superiority that doesn't make any sense.
Technological advancement (on a grand scale, not individual companies) is impeded very little by financial turmoil.
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So we've come this far....anyone want to take a guess at what the next paradigm shift is?

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I put my money on Graphene.
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no way!

so AMD will still be on 45nm and intel will be on 22nm
    
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post #65 of 78
Fusion is 22nm
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I like what this means for mobile CPUs in 2012.
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post #67 of 78
*buys* Intel a beer and a "cigar" from Amsterdam. .

I'm sure you can afford to lay back and take a toke!!

Well done
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Fusion is 32nm.
Fixed*

By the time Fusion comes out, shortly thereafter, Ivy-Bridge will be 22nm. Which will bring better OCing but not much of a performance boost if any.

Too bad Fusion will be lucky if it can even compete with Nehalem by then.
Edited by PoopaScoopa - 2/1/11 at 5:55am
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Fixed*

By the time Fusion comes out, shortly thereafter, Ivy-Bridge will be 22nm. Which will bring better OCing but not much of a performance boost if any.
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How do you know that ?

With 22nm technology, intel could easily add more cores.
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Don't bother, he doesn't even know what "fusion" is, or he'd know that laptops are already on sale with the cpus inside.
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