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2 years to achieve "1.8nm" process counterattack Intel counterattack AMD: confidence has been restored

via:快科技     time:2023/3/30 23:00:24     readed:530

Intel shares have fallen a lot over the past few years as investors have lost confidence in Intel's advanced craftsmanship and competition with AMD, but last night rose 7.6%, the biggest gain in more than four months.

What's going on here? The answer is very simple, Intel announced the latest CPU roadmap yesterday, mainly in the extremely strong aspect, 2024 will release Sierra Forest, Granite Rapids code Xeon processors, the former is the E-core architecture, up to 144core, the latter is to continue the P-core high-performance route, the number of cores has not been announced, but the performance is expected to be considerable.

The two processors will be manufactured using Intel 3 technology and will be available in the first and second half of 2024.

The two processors will be manufactured using Intel 3 technology and will be available in the first and second half of 2024.

2年实现“1.8nm”工艺逆袭 Intel反击AMD:信心已经恢复

let me put it another way,Within two years, Intel will catch up from the current Intel 7 process (formerly called 10nm SF) to the 1.8nm level, with a very big leap.Fulfill the promise of 4 years to complete the 5-generation CPU process.

Considering the progress of AMD and TSMC, even if the 2nm process can be mass produced in 2025, Intel will catch up with its competitors in terms of process.

The performance of 1.8nm 's Clearwater Forest processor is still unknown, but judging from the sharp rise in stock prices,Intel is winning the confidence of investors that their roadmap can be achieved.The 1.8nm node will be a big counterattack for Intel.

2年实现“1.8nm”工艺逆袭 Intel反击AMD:信心已经恢复

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