Intels New 14nm Processors Coming !

Heres a news about 14nm Broadwell Processors Production Commences in 2013



I wonder when we reach 1nm what could happen or where we are going?

Feel free to share your views :)
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  1. good news ... i think in the future no nanometers maybe picometers
  2. I read somewhere that Haswell, 22nm is coming first not 14, I could be wrong though.
  3. Haswell is 22nm.

    As the chart indicates 14nm is in development. Broadwell will be 14nm.

    The chart doesn't really provide any new information since those generic timelines have been known for a few years already.
  4. 14 Would be sweet!!!
  5. jaguarskx said:
    Haswell is 22nm.

    As the chart indicates 14nm is in development. Broadwell will be 14nm.

    The chart doesn't really provide any new information since those generic timelines have been known for a few years already.


    ^ This.

    That is the same chart released when Intel announced their tick/tock strategy several years ago.
  6. jaguarskx said:
    Haswell is 22nm.

    As the chart indicates 14nm is in development. Broadwell will be 14nm.

    The chart doesn't really provide any new information since those generic timelines have been known for a few years already.

    Nice to know that Broadwell will be 14nm. I also heard that they will have same socket as Haswell. So if youll buy Haswell could you upgrade to Broadwell when it comes out?
  7. ^^^

    Technically speaking, yes you can since Haswell and Broadwell are both socket 1150 CPUs. However, similar to upgrading Sandy Bridge to Ivy Bridge, the mobo manufacturer will need to release a BIOS upgrade. The BIOS basically has a list of compatible CPUs. If a particular CPU is not "on that list", then your PC may not boot up, or if it does then it might only run at minimal speed.
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