That is always a possibility. Intel has already set the bar low by promising 36c dice or whatever it was the last time they said anything about it.I bet they ship binned HCC by late'20 so that shareholders won't crucify them.
If they build Sapphire Rapids out of EMIBed 4c dice then yes, I think it would be easier to yield. It should be interesting to see how that works out.They could just cancel it and release Sapphire Rapids, which you would think would be easier to yield.
He probably isn't the only one responsible. Their foundry is in shambles. The 14nm delays followed by 10nm failures led to the current state of Intel's progress.is this all because Brian Krzanich happened?
IceLake-SP was supposed to be Q4 2019 or Q1 2020. It won't be Q1 2020 anymore.10nm icelake was delayed from late q2 to early q3. It was always scheduled to come out after cooper lake. I don't see how any of this is new news.
Don't think so.It's chiplets connected via EMIB, is it not?
These are my personal ones.Yotsugi where are you getting your sourcess
26c HCC, 38c XCC.has already set the bar low by promising 36c dice or whatever it was the last time they said anything about it.
Jim can't magically fix their execution or fractures in their corporate culture.A lot rests on Jim Keller's shoulders now, Intel's next generation architecture needs to be the Core architecture of the 2020's
Is this some kind of extravagant coping mechanism?lol this thread is amazing. some random source says desktop product delayed till 2022 on 7nm and the intel is doomed patrol comes out swinging.
Again, my sources say wafer starts are set to double this month at 10nm. why do that if the process is loss making, broken irrevocably etc
Maybe they hired some GloFo people on the cheap to run their fabs awhile back?He probably isn't the only one responsible. Their foundry is in shambles. The 14nm delays followed by 10nm failures led to the current state of Intel's progress.
I don't get why people think Jim Keller is some wizard that can fix any problem anywhere. I'm sure he is a super talented guy, but no one person is going to fix a problem this large.Jim can't magically fix their execution or fractures in their corporate cultures.
Intel now has to do what AMD did: bet big and hope it turns out even better!
The harsh reality is exactly what it is.Yotsugi, just because you and Charlie says something is so, doesn’t make it so
Oh you're coping like noone else.That isn’t a coping mechanism
Signing papers.What do you do for a living?
At least they had enough balls to try and get XCC outta the oven, I give them that.Pretty obvious they "delayed" (read: it's getting cancelled) Icelake-SP because of the yields (which of course affects the competitveness).
That's why I brought up chiplets for Saphhire. If it was small enough, even with garbage yield they should still be able to produce a decent amount.At least they had enough balls to try and get XCC outta the oven, I give them that.
“Intel” said:We continue to make great progress on 10nm, and our current roadmap of 10nm products includes desktop.
Wow we totally should trust Intel, for they never ever lied to us rightIntel denies the rumours and says
A rumor emerged on Monday that Intel might have no plans at all for desktop processors on 10nm, and would bring 7nm to the desktop in 2022. However, Intel refuted the rumors and says its 10nm roadmap still includes desktop products.www.tomshardware.com
I was going to say desktop versions of any Atom parts that get released.NUC's with Mobile CPUs are also desktop .
So they can offer the new form factor NUCs with Mobile CPUs on desktop and say they delivered on the promise
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