As for Intel 10nm processors, terms like number zero have already dropped in the past and if you believe the information from HardwareLuxx, you can now take that term literally. Because he writes, citing unspecified data, but peculiar to "infallible insider circles," that Intel abandons work on 10nm desktop chips and focuses entirely on producing at 7nm .
However, the rumor must be apprehended with great caution and Intel has immediately denied for Tom's material that the rumor came out of reality. The manufacturer said it "is making great progress on the 10nm" and "the current roadmap for products at 10nm, including desktop computers".
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With that, you can easily dismiss things, but Intel has a long history of 10-nm issues, including similar denials and persistence slogans. The context is the shift from 14 nanometer to 10 nanometer production. Intel is not under control and is fighting especially with miserable returns.
The mobile has already reached the 10-nm mark, but mobile processors are not comparable to "big" desktop processors, also in terms of clock frequencies. In addition, in terms of quantities, Intel can not provide the quantities that we would like or need.
Last summer, Intel officially acknowledged that things were not going so well, said Intel's new CEO, Bob Swan, who set goals that were too ambitious or "too ambitious."
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