The most important part of the information: The off for all manufactured in 10 nm desktop processors from Intel. Instead, Intel is focusing entirely on 7 nm manufacturing in this segment. However, more than two years will pass before that happens.
Basically, the information in the same score, as well as other messages before. Intel has had to admit that the change from 14 nm to 10 nm was and is problematic. Although Intel is proud to announce its successful production in 10 nm with the mobile Ice Lake processors, we are talking about small, mobile processors that only achieve very low clock rates compared to the models made in 14 nm . In addition, the numbers of manufactured in 10 nm processors compared to the volume of 14-nm manufacturing are extremely low.
So it seems we are getting two more Skylake refreshes before getting 7nm, at least for the desktop side of things. Mobile and Xeon will potentially get 10nm Ice Lake due to the nature of their lower frequency which are easier yields.
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It amazes me its taking this long for them to respond to amd. I mean 2 years time AMD will be on 7nm+ and possible 5nm talks in the wings.
Amd has been snow balling and intel not doing alot to stop this. While normally the enthusiasts market should be a small part, intel doesn't like loosing there mind share of being the best and the fastest.