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post #11 of 39 (permalink) Old 05-09-2019, 12:56 AM
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Sounds like just a lot of hopefulness from Intel with no details grounded in reality. Make up fancy roadmaps and promises all you want, but lets not forget that the roadmaps have been completely revised and process nodes pushed back years and years already. All data is still showing 10nm isnt ready for prime time and is still only capable of mobile processors and very low end desktop stuff. Yet Intel likes to claim things are still unicorns and rainbows for them with 10nm on track and shipping. LOL Investor Day from Intel is just PR on overdrive, nothing real. They will give excuses next year why "such and such had issues and unfortunately were not able to meet projections" as they have done the last few years straight.
Well, Ice Lake server is sampling to customers now so looks like 10nm is actually happening across the board.

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Just as they said they will do all of this


Intel envisoned its 10nm to succeed the 14nm by providing 2.7x density, with new technologies such as Self-Aligned Quad Patterning (SAQP), Contact over Active Gate (COAG), Cobolt Interconnects, and new packaging technologies such as EMIB and Foveros. Intel admits that this was an ambitious plan, and the goals were not clearly defined with the teams and it was ultimately overly complex and not managed in an ideal way.




They are now saying X/Y/Z on a new road map,
Nothing to look at here.
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My, two year Intel GPU introduction, comment, seem to be correct big gpu's not until 2021 with 7nm and MCM chips.

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They can't even publish anything new this year. There'll probably be one refresh of the same CoffeeLake Q32019-Q12020 and that's it, but this is just all lies. 10nm? Yeah, right. The 10nm node is ATM worse than 14nm+++++++++++++++++, let alone ready for desktop or higher.

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The comments on the Anandtech piece where the dude is freaking out about Sunny Cove are pretty funny.

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Fake it till you make it, 14nm4life!
We could only hope but we all know Ocean Cove was designed on 10nm.

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meh.

wake me up when DX12 is being used in everything.
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So, they couldn't get past 14nm for an eternity and now they claim they're going to rush to 7nm in just 2 years?

Both their fab prowess and architecture are standing on their last legs.

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meh.

wake me up when DX12 is being used in everything.
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