Where does every one get this?
Far as I know this just what intel claims and there is no actual proof
There density comes from having several different designs for caches L1 caches transistors are different from L2 and so is it's L3 it's all for space saving.
AMD an other manufacturers use a more uniformed transistor on the nod.
That is why AMD an other always end up 20% larger dies
They have actual specs here:Well that was a shocker!
Like really, who believed they were actually gonna release 7nm this year?
Do you ever get tired of spouting this rubbish?
That's like Nikola saying they make better electric semis than Tesla. lmao
The 7 nanometer (7 nm) lithography process is a technology node semiconductor manufacturing process following the 10 nm process node. Mass production of integrated circuit fabricated using a 7 nm process began in 2018. The process technology will be phased out by leading-edge foundries by...