It's pathetic, but Intel is looking to rename its 10nm as "7nm", 7nm as "5nm". Sad

By: anon (anon.delete@this.anon.anon), March 30, 2021 8:40 pm
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"What’s in a nanometer? Intel may renumber its chips"

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It's pathetic, but Intel is looking to rename its 10nm as "7nm", 7nm as "5nm". Sadanon2021/03/30 08:40 PM
  What is also pathetic is you not using quotes for the first 10nm and 7nmHeikki Kultala2021/03/30 08:55 PM
    Intel 7nm is vaporware, so how can you say it is "clearly" smaller than TSMC 5nm ?anon2021/03/30 09:38 PM
    Meaningless metricsAnon2021/03/30 09:54 PM
      Meaningless metricsAdrian2021/03/30 11:36 PM
        perception shifthobold2021/03/31 08:21 AM
          perception shiftAndrey2021/03/31 09:03 AM
            perception shiftanonymou52021/03/31 09:25 AM
          NonsenseDavid Kanter2021/03/31 07:30 PM
            Process node numbers havent reflecting reality in 15 years; post-32nm process names are brand labelsanon2021/03/31 09:43 PM
              Intel started this by making SMALLER "32nm" process than advertizedHeikki Kultala2021/03/31 10:17 PM
                Reading comprehension problems? ("post-32nm processes")Anon2021/03/31 11:11 PM
                  Reading comprehension problems? ("post-32nm processes")anon22021/04/01 12:53 AM
            The Intel nanometerjuanrga2021/04/01 10:55 AM
              Exactly! (NT)anon2021/04/01 06:00 PM
              The Intel nanometer. Thanks, this is what I wanted to post. (NT)Hans de Vries2021/04/02 03:29 AM
    What is also pathetic is you not using quotes for the first 10nm and 7nmDoug S2021/03/31 11:04 AM
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