Originally Posted by The Pook
If a 3.7 10nm is already beating a 5.2 14nm I wouldn't think that's why they're not releasing them. Intel went from 4.0Ghz Pentium 4s to 1.8Ghz Core 2 Duos back in the day. I'd imagine the problem is yield.
Unless their strategy is changed, Intel still has Comet Lake to release, followed by Ice Lake.
My understanding is that no 10nm Desktop processor is coming from intel until late 2021. The Dies will be saved first for mobile, followed by the server market, and finally for the mainstream desktop. This is going to be a while, and if Zen2+ or Zen3 is out with no competition from Team Blue, expect insane prices.