Clock Speed Regressions

By: John H (john.delete@this.not.com), May 19, 2019 7:30 am
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Curious - there was an AMD talk hinting that TSMC 7nm/5nm may actually show clock speed regression vs. prior nodes 'without substantial effort to overcome' that regression.

What physics are at play that are limiting clock speed on these processes? Is it too small wires/transistors increasing resistances for the current needed for higher clocks/performance?

Also, is it the same effect that 'killed Dennard scaling around 65nm' ?

Thanks..
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