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Intel touts 14nm technology and previews Broadwell-Y chips

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    Intel touts 14nm technology and previews Broadwell-Y chips


    Intel says that after some delays its 14nm technology is back on track and provides some new details on the technology and the first Broadwell processors due later this year.

    It took a bit longer than expected, but Intel has apparently worked out the kinks with the industry’s first 14-nanometer manufacturing process and started to ship processors based on the Broadwell architecture. At an event and webcast today, Intel executives provided some of the first details on technology and the chips built using it.

    The 14nm technology will eventually be used in a wide range of products from smartphones and tablets to servers, networking and storage. But for today’s event, Intel focused strictly on the 14nm process technology and the Broadwell-Y architecture used in low-voltage Core-M processors, which it said will enable fanless designs that are less than 9mm thick.
    Read more at: Intel touts 14nm technology and previews Broadwell-Y chips | ZDNet

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    I haven't seen much of an improvement with Haswell and Devils Canyon isn't making any headlines in my book.

    I am patiently waiting for Intel Skylake S Z170 chipset.

    Thanks for the news Shawn.
    Last edited by Zardoc; 14 Aug 2014 at 17:56.
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Intel touts 14nm technology and previews Broadwell-Y chips
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