Fool everyone who thought we would see 10nm Intel processors later this year. According to one roadmap (screenplay) that appeared on the internet, we get the idea that Intel will not bet on this process until 2022.
Looking at this chart, all those who expected Intel to make progress in this field will still have to wait. The 10nm is a real stumbling block for Intel, as 2015 was originally the year planned to launch this technology.
Yield problems are at the root of all this postponement. And this graphic doesn't paint us any picture of hope. Right now, Intel's big focus seems to be on Ice Lake built under the 10nm + process, which could reach laptops later this year.
According to this source, by the end of 2021 Intel will bet on 14nm for desktop
These scripts released by Tweakers date back to 2018, and it seems that Intel had no plans for 10nm on its processors. If we consider this data, at least by the end of 2021, Intel desktop versions will always be 14nm.
What does Intel have to say about it?
Intel has already declined to comment on this. The manufacturer does not confirm or deny the truth of these scripts, which leads us to believe that Intel wants to let enthusiasts talk about it, and speculate on their silence.
At a time when AMD is so insistently talking about the 7nm bet, it is reason for Intel to rethink its strategy. The Ryzen 3000 series may well reach consumers as early as next year, so Intel needs to wind up the shoes.
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