Intel claims it's mastered 65 nano technology

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  1. The heck with them. I read it in Yahoo finances On Intel stock.
  2. Sweet 65nm by 05. Tejas looks like time for next upgrade.
  3. On others source say that it just SRAM.In 2001 90nm sram was done and was working very well at high speed.To say there will be a micron process swith in less that 2 year nay.Delay again for 2006 2H

    I dont like french test
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    On others source say that it just SRAM.In 2001 90nm sram was done and was working very well at high speed.To say there will be a micron process swith in less that 2 year nay.Delay again for 2006 2H


    But I think for 90u they had to buy all new equipment for the strained silicon and 300mm wafers etc. But for 65u they will be using the same equipment. That's probably the reason for the faster transition.

    KG

    "Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity." - Sarah Chambers
  5. it was a bigger tansition 300 wafer new dielectrique strained sillicon.The transistion according to intel never been doing so well even so it they coming late as 1 cpu on 90 nm was suppost to be in 2003 1H.

    I dont like french test
  6. Tejas in about a year, cool.
  7. Maybe Thats a big MAYBE 2nd half 04.
  8. We can hope... that would definetly be real cool.

    Shadus
  9. 90nm SRAM was announced in March 2002, not 2001. It has only been 20 months.
  10. Those thing are far in my memory.As you say 20 month that fit in the normal 2 year delay for real working chip.So in theorie 0.065 should be in 2005 Q4

    I dont like french test
  11. I was waiting for Tejas 2005. But if Intel wants to release it early I'm not complaning.
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