won't the later Nehalem and Westmere cores be 32nm? and Sandybridge 22nm? So I would think if Intel had those planned out then they already have the architecture on the table...!?
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intersting indeed cant wait to see what the future holds
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yeah if that did happen nvidia would also have no choice but to come up with something new and quit releasing the same thing over and over again
Wasn't 32nm the next shrink?
i thought that nobodys been able to go to 32nm yet or atleast havent announced theve been able to
Intel's Westmere and Sandy Bridge processors, based on 32nm die geometries, will be introduced in 2009 - 2010. Since they are due out in a relatively short amount of time, that would mean Intel is already capable of producing 32nm chips and is simply working on refining the technology for its release.
In response to your question willardcw4, Nehalem will be based on 45nm die geometries, while both Westmere and Sandy Bridge will be 32nm with Sandy Bridge later shrinking to a 22nm architecture sometime in 2011.
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