A massive claim has just been made by Taiwan's leading newspaper, DigiTimes: Intel has apparently signed a contract with TSMC to fabricate core CPU product lines in 2020 on their 3nm process. This, if true, would change the dynamics of the x86 industry completely next year. Keep in mind, we are...
So will TSMC just have more fabs build or will prices rise making it bad for all customers?
Since intel still plans to make their own wafers in the future, looks like it will mainly be high prices.
There is already a thread about this.
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