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The purpose apparently is a faster transition to 22 nm and later to 14 nm in an effort to keep its rivals at a distance and cash in on its process technology advantage. The company noted that its first smartphone processor Medfield will built in 32 nm and come to smartphones within 12 months. At 22 nm the desktop processor roadmap will "intercept" the smartphone processor roadmap and tablet/phone processors will move to 22 nm as well. The first Intel 22 nm processors are expected to be announced in Q4 of this year.

Tom's Hardware Source: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-cpu-nand-22nm-14nm-capex,12627.html
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That will be insane. Won't be long and Intel will be paying another billion or 2 to AMD because they aren't able to keep up. I wonder when they will get to the point that you cant fit enough electrons through these chips!!
Edited by Roll Cam Tide - 4/20/11 at 3:39pm
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Wow... I would like 22nm 8 core CPU please. Though no game would really NEED it. lol


At least my E-Peen could get nice and long.



Actually... In addition to making 22nm CPU's I would like them to make one 2-3 times as big in actual size. Instead of having 8 cores I could have like 20. lol
Edited by Xzeara - 4/20/11 at 3:52pm
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bulldozer whattt ?
    
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Hopefully that 10.2billion in research allowed them to make a better 14nm process. It's sad that their 22nm is so light that the 32nm AMD process looks like 25nm in comparison.
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They need to make Thunderbolt cables with fiber optics. Why use copper? Plus, if it's that revolutionary, it should be very different but good and has the skills to crush Bulldozer. Either it will bulldoze bulldozer or get bulldozed by bulldozer. biggrin.gif

Edit: I'm serious though. If they include thunderbolt compatibility, I'd better see fiber optics! mad.gif
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a faster transition to 22 nm and later to 14 nm in an effort to keep its rivals at a distance and cash in on its process technology advantage.

This is the main reason why Intel has maintained a lead over AMD. Had Global Foundries been on 32nm when Intel was we would have seen advances in AMD architecture much sooner. AMD also realized sometime back that they would not be able to go with many large strong cores(Intel) hence the direction they when with BullDozer architecture to utilize a given space as efficiently as possible.

Intel has more freedom in design(or better yet ability to continue similar design) due to the fabs advancements over Global Foundries hence why we havent seen a design that far off from the Core architecture to current Sandy Bridge and upcoming Ivy Bridge. It wont be until Haswell the architecture will change significantly with rumors of 3-4 HT threads per a core. Haswell coincidently comes along with 22nm/14nm transition and it only seems fitting that since below 22nm serious challenges are presented in smaller nodes that Intel is looking to up the thread count (HT) around this time in preparation for difficulties getting below 22nm. Helping better utilize a larger node process should they have too for more threads. Similar to what you see AMD doing now with BullDozer but of course different approaches in maximizing thread/core count in a given area.
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Hopefully that 10.2billion in research allowed them to make a better 14nm process. It's sad that their 22nm is so light that the 32nm AMD process looks like 25nm in comparison.



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Revolutionary. More like Evolutionary. Too many companies and game developers use the former when what they really mean is the latter wink.gif
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Intel FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When is bulldozer comin out?=FAIL
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