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February 20, 2011 4:05:31 AM

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Intel said Friday that it will construct a new $5 billion fab in Arizona, designed to manufacture chips using 14-nm manufacturing processes and leading-edge 300-mm wafers.
The new fab will be named Fab 42, and construction will start in the middle of 2011, Intel said in a statement Friday. Intel billed the new facility as "the most advanced, high-volume manufacturing facility in the world," and said it would come on line in 2013.


http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2380625,00.asp

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February 20, 2011 4:45:00 AM

It will take about 2 years after they get the fab up and running for them to release a chip at that node, probably 2015 we will see 14nm chips on the market, its going to be interesting to see what they have to use to manufacture at that level.
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February 20, 2011 5:04:34 AM

hunter315 said:
It will take about 2 years after they get the fab up and running for them to release a chip at that node, probably 2015 we will see 14nm chips on the market, its going to be interesting to see what they have to use to manufacture at that level.


Actually it would be 2014. Even years are a new process, odd years are a new arch.

So this would mean that Haswell would see a die shrink to 14nm and then the next arch would also be 14nm.

Beyond that I don't know if Intel can get any smaller without problems on the atom scale.
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February 20, 2011 5:36:53 AM

Pc Guru_07 said:
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Intel said Friday that it will construct a new $5 billion fab in Arizona, designed to manufacture chips using 14-nm manufacturing processes and leading-edge 300-mm wafers.
The new fab will be named Fab 42, and construction will start in the middle of 2011, Intel said in a statement Friday. Intel billed the new facility as "the most advanced, high-volume manufacturing facility in the world," and said it would come on line in 2013.


http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2380625,00.asp

Hi Pc Guru_07 :hello:  ...Thank you for the info & the link :pt1cable:  ...
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February 20, 2011 5:41:32 AM

Pc Guru_07 said:
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Intel said Friday that it will construct a new $5 billion fab in Arizona, designed to manufacture chips using 14-nm manufacturing processes and leading-edge 300-mm wafers.
The new fab will be named Fab 42, and construction will start in the middle of 2011, Intel said in a statement Friday. Intel billed the new facility as "the most advanced, high-volume manufacturing facility in the world," and said it would come on line in 2013.


http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2380625,00.asp

Hi once again Pc Guru_07 :hello:  ...Your thread is the first place that I have heard about it & once again thank you for the link :pt1cable:  ...
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February 20, 2011 5:54:32 AM

^You are welcome mate.
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February 20, 2011 12:40:40 PM

Pc Guru_07 said:
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Intel said Friday that it will construct a new $5 billion fab in Arizona, designed to manufacture chips using 14-nm manufacturing processes and leading-edge 300-mm wafers.
The new fab will be named Fab 42, and construction will start in the middle of 2011, Intel said in a statement Friday. Intel billed the new facility as "the most advanced, high-volume manufacturing facility in the world," and said it would come on line in 2013.


http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2380625,00.asp


Ok and a year or two after that their will be 10nm manufacturing. In a couple years there will be 48 core cpu's. What exactly is the point of this post?
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