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  • alexander.dumbass alexander.dumbass Jul 10, 2011 8:49 PM Flag

    Intel Twisting ARM?

    I would be interested in how much TriGate effectively reduces the size of a die for the performance segment of their products.

    It seems to me that there are a couple things happening now but not necessarily tied together:
    1. 22nm
    2. TriGate
    3. Ivy Bridge
    4. 450mm wafers

    I think all Ivy Bridge are supposed to be 22nm.
    I think all 22nm will be TriGate, so all Ivy Bridge will therefore be 22nm TriGate.

    Going to 22nm provides a reduction in die size and therefore an increase in die-sites per wafer. There should be an additional increase in die-sites per wafer from TriGate.

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    • Great question, thank you. It is on my list.

      450mm is a very interesting topic. I'm researching it right now and will write about it soon.


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      I would be interested in how much TriGate effectively reduces the size of a die for the performance segment of their products.

      It seems to me that there are a couple things happening now but not necessarily tied together:
      1. 22nm
      2. TriGate
      3. Ivy Bridge
      4. 450mm wafers

      I think all Ivy Bridge are supposed to be 22nm.
      I think all 22nm will be TriGate, so all Ivy Bridge will therefore be 22nm TriGate.

      Going to 22nm provides a reduction in die size and therefore an increase in die-sites per wafer. There should be an additional increase in die-sites per wafer from TriGate.

 
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