What is meant by nm technology? Tags: CPUs Last response: December 4, 2012 1:50 PM in CPUs Share Himanshjain December 4, 2012 12:32:56 PM Hi Everybody. First of all, this is not a homework. I am just asking this out of Curiosity. (I am clarifying this because my previous 2 question got an allegation of Homework) Today I was checking my PC info via speccy and I saw in CPU section, there is written: Technology: 45nm What the HECK is 45 nm technology. I tried to research on google and found much much complicated definitions than what I can understand. If anyone could just simplify it and explain it to me, then it will be very helpful. Thanks for reading this question, Himansh More about : meant technology Reply to Himanshjain itzdanielp a b à CPUs December 4, 2012 1:50:47 PM 45nm (nanometers) is the wavelength that the CPU's are built on. It is the size of the transistors built into the CPU. Reply to itzdanielp Ask the community Post an answer Related resources Should Tomshardware be called Toms_way_its_ meant _to_be_played ?? Forum NM Technology - What is it?- Forum 32 nm vs 45 nm Technology Forum What would happen when AMD goes 65 nm Forum 65 nm , 90 nm , et cetera - What do they mean for performance? Forum 32 nm....what then? Forum Does Gigabyte GA-N680SLI-DQ6 Support Intels 45 nm Technology ? Forum The 28 nm Northern Islands? Forum Playstation 3 Console - (45 nm ) Cell Broadband Engine Forum GT300- Next generation Nvidia 40 nm chip yields are fine Forum *55 nm * EVGA GTX 260 Core 216 Now In Stock at EVGA.com Forum Buying 45 nm Nehalem or 32 nm Nehalem Forum AMD 45 nm Deneb Sneak Peak @ HardSpell Forum "AMD: 45 nm , DDR3 and Socket AM3 in 2008" Forum Fuddo: AMD 45 nm K10.5 scheduled to launch in 1H 2009 Forum Need some help replacing PSU Forum [Solved] What should I buy next? Forum What to do with old computer Forum What is meant by Sandybridge and IVYbridge? Forum What is meant by Socket in Processors? Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !