- Apr 27, 2000
We don't know exactly which iteration of the 10nm process is used for Ice Lake-SP. There's very little clarity as to what 10nm+ and 10nm++ really are anyway, since sometimes Intel chooses to acknowledge the old 10nm process used for Cannonlake and sometimes they don't. We've gone over that earlier in the thread.38c, 270w. 10nm + meh why didn't they manufacture in 10nm ++ ?
True. It's all we've got to go on thus far. If Intel can get that TDP figure down some, then great, but . . .Yeah that slide wasn’t meant for the public, nor was it directly from Intel but ASUS . I don’t doubt that it’s upto 38c but intel still hasn’t actually announced those specs