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Old 09-12-19, 11:54 AM
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TSMC's on track to deliver its 3nm process in 2022

5nm will be ready in 2020.



Read more about TSMC's 3nm process plans.

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Damn, that is seriously impressive.
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What will happen once we reach 1nm or even beyond that?....
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What will happen once we reach 1nm or even beyond that?....
Core stacking, or "The great Core War" as we'll call it.
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I wonder if Intel will keep its fabs? Seeing as dedicated silicon fab companies are so far ahead of Intel now.
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You'll probably start hearing about "Angstrom"s beyond 3nm, possibly after 2nm, a unit equivalent to 0.1nm (Or 10^-10 Meters), there's some early proposals now for 21 Angstrom (2.1nm) and 14A (1.4nm) nodes looking towards the mid-2020's.
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I wonder if Intel will keep its fabs? Seeing as dedicated silicon fab companies are so far ahead of Intel now.
Not as far as you think. 7nm TSMC is equal to 10nm Intel. 5nm TSMC is equal to 7nm Intel.

Intel uses a more strict rule of measuring lithography. It's not a standard defined by any organization.
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