Intel said the absolute earliest is 2022 for anything other than the Xe GPU chiplets for Aurora. And it sounds like even meeting Aurora's deadline is going to be tough.Which brings up a question about the questionnaire: why no option for Intel's 7nm in 2021, since Samsung is talking about sampling their 5nm (supposedly equivalent to Intel 7nm) before that?
Yeah?!and then what?! What is AMD going to do after 5nm?Gonna be rough for sure since AMD probably will be on TSMC 5 nm by then.
I actually think we have reached near parity in performance for the x86 instruction set between the two companies; single thread is still important (but not the most important) and Intel has it right now, but AMD brought cheap 8c / 16t to the masses, and the future is just going to be more cores (more efficient too), as all the consumer gets now is cut down server chips. And server chips are made for hosting VM's / cloud computing.I still think, that Intel will build secret big bang as with conroe
until that point it will look like in the Athlon 64 era, except the performance (which is important)
No, they won't. You can stick a fork into 14nm. It's about done.
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