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Old 01-07-2008, 12:43 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Technically its going to be 32nm, and it will be a die shrink + optimization of nehalem. Its the intel tick-tock strategy. New architecture, then die shrink, then new architecture, then die shrink. Core2's were 65nm, then a die shrink to 45nm. Nehalem will be a 45nm then a die shrink to 32nm.
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Technically its going to be 32nm, and it will be a die shrink + optimization of nehalem. Its the intel tick-tock strategy. New architecture, then die shrink, then new architecture, then die shrink. Core2's were 65nm, then a die shrink to 45nm. Nehalem will be a 45nm then a die shrink to 32nm.
AMD is seriously going to have to pull something STRONG if they plan on even being in business once the 45nm chips come out. ****, if there's no AMD, then there's no competition for Intel, and they'll just rule the entire market. I hope we have another Athlon/Pentium competition come up sometime.
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