Intel 10nm Delay Explained & AMD's "7nm" | Ft. David Kanter


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    We speak with David Kanter of Real World Tech on Intel's 10nm vs. AMD's 7nm process. This talks about delays and release dates for Intel 10nm and AMD 7nm.
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    This discussion spans process technology, chip fabrication, EUV (Extreme Ultraviolet lithography), 10nm Intel process, AMD 7nm process, and how Intel 10nm vs. AMD 7nm aren't directly comparable by just the number. David Kanter is an expert, third-party analyst from Real-World Tech, and is able to boil-down the technical aspects to base compounds.
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Vor 4 Monate
aBoogivogi
aBoogivogi

@Zarcondeegrissom Well you are sort of missing my point. I agree that 200 MHz is to little an improvement to matter regardless if you are talking about single or multicore performance. My point was simply that if somebody is looking at a used i7 k edition 6 or 7 generation CPU and want to compare apples to apples there really is no CPU available for the desktop platform in the 8 series. No matter how you look at it you are comparing (cores/threads) 4/8 to 6/6 or 6/12. If you are comparing based on performance alone then the new i5 is neck and neck with the old i7 in both multicore and single core performance. So comparing a new i7 with the old one makes very little sense no matter how you look at it. Personally I tell people the 6 and 7 gen i7 CPU's are pretty much the same as a new i5 for gaming. If you feel like the price of a used i7 from these generations is fair compared to the price of a new i5 buying it will give you pretty much the same experience. Now if you really want to compare older i7 CPU's to the new i7 then you need to look at the LGA 2011 CPU's with 6 cores and multi-threading. That will give you something closer to an apples to apples comparison.

Vor 3 Monate
runnereatscow
runnereatscow

Hey you forgot to list his twitter @TheKanter

Vor 3 Monate
Kasey Boles
Kasey Boles

Partly due to WHAT feature is being used as the benchmark. Also the efficiency of a feature set at a particular size. A cubic inch of black powder doesn't have the explosive force of a cubic inch of C4 which in turn is a lot less (massive understatement) than the output of a cubic inch of matter/anti-matter.

Vor 3 Monate
Jan Neggers
Jan Neggers

Something i think most people don't realize is that all foundries (including intel) buy their lithography machines from the same company (ASML). So all foundries have basically the same manufacturing capabilities and the same EUV issues. The main difference between foundries is in the designs and the rest of the manufacturing pipeline.

Vor 4 Monate
bigfellaoo7
bigfellaoo7

I bought a 1600 Ryzen 5. Is that 14 nm finfett or is it something else?

Vor Tag
superelmo1968
superelmo1968

Sucks balls super boring

Vor 5 Tage
cskillers1
cskillers1

you know Steve, you know, you know it you know that you know, you know yes. you know

Vor 6 Tage
M Coop
M Coop

Intel Suck Ass. You Tube why can they blck are comments and we cant block there stupid channel from randomly showing up in my feeds. I dont want to see any of GN content.

Vor 9 Tage
Erik Joosten
Erik Joosten

to make a long story short........ Intel rested on their ass for too long assuming they would hold their dominant position and now they have trouble waking up. Edit: second conclusion, let us consumers celebrate a once more competitive market!

Vor 9 Tage
depth386
depth386

Epic info! One interesting thought, is increased density going to create more thermal issues?

Vor 9 Tage
Tangeek M.
Tangeek M.

OMG I have the same headset. I feel like Tech Jesus now. \*o*/

Vor 11 Tage
Zangeef Fangsteen
Zangeef Fangsteen

That hair looks dirty

Vor 11 Tage
Nemesis1ism
Nemesis1ism

Kanter was good but the long hair is vary bias pretty much a fake news type.

Vor 12 Tage
luwn00bz
luwn00bz

Yeah intel... break physics already!! The customers are waiting.

Vor 15 Tage
lencycler1
lencycler1

latest rumor is Glock coming out with a 10 nm early next year.

Vor 16 Tage
Nathan Okun
Nathan Okun

The proves the adage: "Standards are great, which is why there are so many of them!" ;->

Vor 17 Tage
Christen Payne
Christen Payne

Love this content, very insightful and informative into the state of technology

Vor 18 Tage
Love Truth
Love Truth

I'm wondering which graphics card Intel is using for designing its chips or 10nm processing? Using Nvidia, AMD, or even Intel's own intergrated graphics card? It's interesting if to use competitor's technology and products to design and produce its own products... It's also interesting that Intel wanna release its own discrete graphics card around 2020...

Vor 19 Tage
Don Mooney
Don Mooney

Very good, real conversation based, honest show. Very refreshing to see in this current world of clickbaity, eye catching titles with no information online news. That we all have become way too accustomed to seeing. Thanks guys.

Vor 25 Tage
Mark Arnott
Mark Arnott

👨‍💻EVERYTHING👽 we know Forget about it ALL THESE BLOGS ABOUT VIDEO CARD'S CPUS will ALL- B-cum USELESS -chitchat😴 Quantum nano computing is So close to everyone in aprox 2025 ? How is it possible ? you use a nitrogen cooler -225cel :) INCASED so its safe i9-9900K 5ghz ?💭😜 Haa try 150GHZ-250ghz :) BUT ITS NOT CALLED THAT data flows so fast >> its like going in time 👨‍💻👍☕ B cool hang in there 5yrs aint long waiting is the longest road but when your there it seems like wow 5yrs went fast 🚀🌌⚡

Vor Monat
Tyler
Tyler

I have no idea what I'm talking about but, why not just make the cpu larger as a whole instead of tying to get on 10nm or 7nm manufacturing. idk. explain to me please.

Vor Monat
Tyler
Tyler

grey thank you, that makes more sense.

Vor Monat
grey
grey

Smaller, denser chips consume less power, dissipate less heat and can be clocked higher because the distance between individual 'blocks' on the chip is less, meaning signals take less time to get to where they're headed.

Vor Monat
chan polun
chan polun

I’m still getting this message from this video that is, intel is still lagging behind in terms of overall technological progress

Vor Monat
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean

David Kanter is biased favoring on Intel. The words squeezed out of his mouth looks like he is having constipation since he cannot justify his logic at all.

Vor Monat
Lotus cola
Lotus cola

Honestly, intel is delayed because they can, stock is on an all time high and your most common consumers interested in performance is a gamer that's outpriced by mining or nvidia monopolizing the show.

Vor Monat
Grace Vue
Grace Vue

Intel has simply enjoyed the monopoly/non-competition from AMD for too long. Ripping off their customers by churning out small upgrades year after year.

Vor Monat
Steve Steele
Steve Steele

Apple should buy Intel and finally make that old Wintel monopoly their b_ _ _ _. Seriously though, Apple’s at 7nm with their ARM SoC and they’ve got some serious brains working on silicon right now. I mean Apple’s having to put their own SoCs in their Macs to make up for Intel’s lack of progress. I’m not hating on Intel. Intel is awesome. Love them Xeons, but don’t love the reliance of adding more cores to solve problems. One reason that doesn’t work is because the CPUs that don’t come out of the fab rated high enough to run at high clock speeds end up forming the large core CPUs. And then there’s all of that legacy x86 code. Ugh! Not to mention Microsoft would always be coming around asking for stuff. Probably not in Apple’s best interest. I say Apple should build their own low power CPUs, and work with IBM again to build workstation CPUs. RISC again.

Vor Monat
UltraFighter18
UltraFighter18

Intel is just to big to be bought by Apple. I don't understand why so many people think that Apple can buy any company. It's not just about money(and doesn't have enough money to effectively buy Intel anyway). Also Apple have over 100 billion dollars in debt(something that is constantly ignored by people that look at hos much money apple has).

Vor 25 Tage
Paul Yoder
Paul Yoder

amd needs to focus more on system stability more than anything...i gave the a chance with rysen, but my system crsashed so much i went back to intel because i dont have to worry.. my rig always runs stable with intel

Vor Monat
bikram sharma
bikram sharma

But amd is value for money

Vor Monat
AmazinChannel
AmazinChannel

Why the "" between the 7nm? Well, steve seems to really get into the competitors game in the "my shit is better than his shit"

Vor Monat
HauntedLolita
HauntedLolita

Moore's law is dead. Time to future proof, I guess.

Vor Monat
Antonio Amigo
Antonio Amigo

This guy, on the right, is obviously super smart. He should make a YouTube Channel. Also, i noticed his nicely trimmed hair and cut suite. Who's that guy on the left?

Vor Monat
ballistichydrant
ballistichydrant

"Explained" a lot of hearsay, not much if any actual fact based information

Vor Monat
Bob Sacamento
Bob Sacamento

this dude is quite pro intel.... ocing intel and burn the pc?? hahah what they dont realise is that gamers are pissed off with intel. And correctly so.

Vor Monat
jaz
jaz

you're a handsome guy without all your hair in your face

Vor Monat
Myke Prior
Myke Prior

You're kinda physically limited at 2-5nm by physics. So quantum computing better take off soon.

Vor Monat
Myke Prior
Myke Prior

+Brooke Stern No matter the technology on part of your quality control, PHYSICS state RULES. So now. Instead of spending your cycles processing, you're throwing out cycles and adding latency when more and more errors crop up from being smaller and smaller. The error correction can't do the processing it's just part of "post" process, essentially quality control....that getting more efficient doesn't negate the fact that the processing itself is not working. When you're at even 10nm tunneling short circuits and even simple electromigration are most definitely things to worry about as well as being able to make the transistor actually work. Not only that but the lithographic process isn't ideal at those energy levels (very, very short wavelengths, at those levels you're obliterating / oxidizing /ionizing the metals). Long story short, sure Error Correction makes a lot of sense like QC in industry, but if the process itself made the QC department yell at them to stop because they're throwing out a third of their product there's clearly a problem unless the plan is to just plow ahead, deal with the shortcomings and just clock the shit out of it. Or start using materials other than silicon to be blunt. I'm sure the process can be made to work especially if you allow yourself to start using complexes that shift to more electronegative nuclei. It's pretty far away and that makes a lot of sense as we get closer to an asymptote. Any improvements will become smaller and smaller here and take longer and longer to work. Just as an example here, 10 nm is 100 Angstroms.....the size of the average 100 hydrogen atoms. Where electrons might exist starts to become uncertain (about 99.9999%, it's enough to cause problems) in those kinds of scopes. It's stupidly small.

Vor Monat
Brooke Stern
Brooke Stern

Error correction technology can improve, it's the weak point in CPU silicon manufacturing at the moment... There are plenty of ways to get around the electrons jumping and causing interference, but they aren't cheap. AMD must have been working on something already as they have a denser pack-in on their silicon than Intel. As far as I am concerned, Quantum isn't anywhere near ready for home PC's it doesn't yet work for LHC test rigs so they are millions of miles away from being sold on Amazon. The physical limitations on Quantum are even worse! Give them another 10 years. Until then we are stuck waiting on 7nm.

Vor Monat
Henrik Lahn Andersen
Henrik Lahn Andersen

Holy fucking assumption fanboy Batman! LOL

Vor Monat
James Donaghy
James Donaghy

does this explain why my HP all in one is crap?

Vor Monat
SM96
SM96

When do they discuss AMD's "7nm"?

Vor Monat
Me Youl
Me Youl

Way way too many "you know" for me to listen too..! I mean, if one thinks that the listener all ready know, why say it at all?

Vor Monat
Crazed 357
Crazed 357

The issue is getting the iGPU at 10nm to work. The core m3 10nm thats already out has its gpu disabled. My prediction is that 10nm intel will not have igpus in 10nm and will follow AMDs path of low end chips having gpus and higher in chips needing a dedicated card. Thats probably why intel is msking dedicated gpus now

Vor Monat
Daniel Downs
Daniel Downs

Ill choose AMD over intellonyou

Vor Monat
Eric Witte
Eric Witte

7nm with a 300nm brush unless they got the uv equipment that has been held back.

Vor Monat
Orion Sagano
Orion Sagano

Can I just say..... Moore's law is fucking wrong? No? Yes? Doesn't matter, I'm right! -_^b

Vor Monat
Kenneth Kirby
Kenneth Kirby

I am Looking forward to AMD 7nm Lets hope it out does Intel and gives them a run for the money at least for one quarter. That would be good for us the consumer Intel prices would have to drop. Then AMD needs to do good in the GPU market so prices there would drop too NVIDIA would also have to lower their prices which would be a win for the consumers.

Vor Monat
Steve smith
Steve smith

What is the future? How about micro nanometer lithography using quarks as a source of energy to expose the newly developed lithium/graphene substrate? Current technology is starting to reach the end of its abilities to advance CPU technology. Could we be seeing 100 GHZ CPU's with the new technologies coming down the pipeline? UV light is now too thick to make the process viable right now.

Vor Monat
MadClanPC
MadClanPC

Can't wait for AMD's 1nm process

Vor Monat
Joseph Weaver
Joseph Weaver

$AMD 😭

Vor Monat
Graden
Graden

This interview helped me to gain a new found respect for the companies and technologies involved. Thank You!!! I just hope that this new found competition between AMD and Intel does not cause one or the other to make poor long term decisions.

Vor Monat
Domenic Perito
Domenic Perito

what they gonna do about the silicon limit at 7nm?????? LOL

Vor Monat
msd
msd

How much more performance can really be gained by going down to atomic limits (5nm, 1nm)?

Vor Monat
Demon with a Glass Hand Nemesis
Demon with a Glass Hand Nemesis

Does anyone else see that he is throwing shade on AMD even though this article is about Intel woes at 10nm; he just does not want to give AMD props for anything...without a caveat; kind of disheartening...

Vor Monat
Pankaj Doharey
Pankaj Doharey

Quite a knowledgeable video.

Vor Monat
Roosterze
Roosterze

Nexus what headsets are those? I know they're Sennheiser's, but what model? Thanks

Vor Monat
Handy Santoso
Handy Santoso

You know, you should stop assuming that i know...because no, I don't know...

Vor 2 Monate
Lucas Johnson
Lucas Johnson

Good video ... just the mouse clicking is kind of annoying

Vor 2 Monate
purkeypilot
purkeypilot

I'm just going to say that when dealing with quantum mechanics, this is hard. Moore's law can't go on forever. Eventually, the space between the source and drain on the transistors can't get any closer. Period. It's called electron tunneling. It's not up to us.

Vor 2 Monate
aklankrisz
aklankrisz

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Vor 2 Monate
David Johnson
David Johnson

This is why I'm happy with my good old, traditional lithography-based RELIABLE 32 nm CPU, progress isn't ALWAYS progress!

Vor 2 Monate
AdyN0
AdyN0

We will have DDR5 before Intel 10 nm

Vor 2 Monate
cdoublejj
cdoublejj

Great info here! this is why i subscribe!

Vor 2 Monate
Reddog
Reddog

10nm yields are terribad. If Zen2 and Zen2+ @ 7nm has 25% IPC over current Zen then Intel are screwed, AMD is the Bang for Buck champions again right now but IPC needs a 15-25% boost. Gamers mostly prefer Intel chips because 5ghz on 2 cores or what ever beats AMD's 4.35ghz.

Vor 2 Monate
zimtak111
zimtak111

From what I can tell Intel is pretty much giving you a rounded number of all the feature sizes, while as other companies will give a minimum feature size. For example, the competition's high-density L3 S-RAM cache might match a size of closer to 7nm or so, but that's not an average feature size. Intel on the other hand is most likely talking about the less dense and more complicated logic circuitry being closer to 10nm and their cache potential might be notably below what should count as 10nm. To my understanding feature sizes shrinking at an uneven rate has actually been an issue since trying to going below 65nm or so. I still feel there's no good excuse for such extreme inaccuracies in measurements and I applaud Intel for trying to "keep it real".

Vor 2 Monate
FetchQuestAssigner4423
FetchQuestAssigner4423

When do we hit the quantum tunneling barrier? 1nm?

Vor 2 Monate
thanosAIAS
thanosAIAS

Very informative chat !!!

Vor 2 Monate
Harpskid
Harpskid

people keep giving intel crap about 10nm and fail to remember how long it took for amd to adopt anything smaller than 32nm...

Vor 2 Monate
Dr. Bird
Dr. Bird

+Harpskid They are outselling Intel by a lot, no one is getting too carried away here. I'm not even fanboying as I am still probably going to get an 8700k because that is honestly my favorite cpu, but, AMD has very good value.

Vor 13 Tage
Oi I am a SocDem
Oi I am a SocDem

+Harpskid AMD outselled Intel in Germany last months

Vor 15 Tage
Harpskid
Harpskid

+Dr. Bird AMD? LOL no. Staying competitive? Definitely. Let's not get carried away here.

Vor 19 Tage
Dr. Bird
Dr. Bird

And yet they are dominating right now

Vor 19 Tage
WhosYourDaddyNow
WhosYourDaddyNow

*"Nyanometer"* ?

Vor 2 Monate
George Perakis
George Perakis

Why do you guys keep talking about GlobalFoundries and 7nm? Are you not aware that this process has been canceled? AMD is going with TSMC.

Vor 3 Monate
max bootstrap
max bootstrap

Thanks for the interesting discussion. One related real-world factor is this. Now that TMSC is making ICs for so many companies, they have the cash, huge scale and customer base required to *do and invest whatever it takes* to stay ahead in process technology. My guess is, they're not truly "ahead" now in the sense that Intel 10nm will probably match or beat TMSC 7nm when Intel 10nm finally appears. In other words, I believe it is fair to say *they are currently neck and neck* and who is ahead changes every year or two. *HOWEVER...* as long as both TMSC and AMD take my 2+ year-old advice and *absolutely keep the pedal to the metal* on their process and architecture improvements, they may be able to stay ahead of Intel for 2, 3, 4 years. And if they do that, the huge and snowballing advantages of having the most dense and high-speed process will let them slowly-but-surely keep pulling further and further ahead of Intel... absent some huge and real breakthrough. As far as I'm concerned this is a good thing, because it is bad and dangerous to have one company have these huge advantages for many years, which Intel has had. Of course there is also a huge risk that TMSC could adopt vile, nefarious, diabolical practices like Intel has in addition to artificially keeping their prices high... once they have a secure lead. This is always a risk and has already started to happen (though not in a nefarious or diabolical manner) with Global Foundries dropping out of leading-edge processes because the cost is just too high for them (and there's boatloads of easy and lucrative business available one or two steps behind the most leading-edge processes).

Vor 3 Monate
Aaron Heitzman
Aaron Heitzman

How crazy would it be if some day in the near future AMD surpasses Intel?

Vor 3 Monate
alan mail
alan mail

+Dr. Bird Now that's crazy..

Vor 17 Tage
Dr. Bird
Dr. Bird

They already have

Vor 19 Tage
Steven Matthew Lucas
Steven Matthew Lucas

You know what else is 10nm....

Vor 3 Monate
Steven Matthew Lucas
Steven Matthew Lucas

Donate Now, for Steve Burke to get a haircut from pro black barbershop. Fresh fades, n cool shades bro

Vor 3 Monate
jonathon rosalia
jonathon rosalia

intel needs to work in mobile more than desktop because the future is ultra portable desktop power that you can take with you so you always have everything you need I would love to see s computer built in a 1070-80 founders card blower body as far as size with 8 GB of ram and a core i5 that boosts to 4.0ghz and the cpu performance of the 1060 6GB and a external power brick make the ultimate NUC more or less with dual NVME/SATA M.2 on the bottom to give you good onboard storage with maybe a soldered on 64GB of main OS storage if their is room.

Vor 3 Monate
Warden Jack
Warden Jack

Wtf man, 10nm is not the same for different manufacturers.... How can a number be different for different manufacturers. The industry needs to sort this shift out.

Vor 3 Monate
Dutchgold 75
Dutchgold 75

)gateways*as if nm matters(i can clock a 12 nm i7 down to an i9 nm stable just with maths),its just another way to screw over your oppenient.we have musle in the realworld to differentiate between opponents.this is all based on coin.weird world.

Vor 3 Monate
lostinseganet
lostinseganet

A great video.

Vor 3 Monate
Stephan Fourie
Stephan Fourie

god damn dude stop saying "you know" !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Grrrrrrrrrrrr

Vor 3 Monate
Brennen Cox
Brennen Cox

What I like about your ad promos, +Gamers Nexus, is that you don't seem to give a shit

Vor 3 Monate
Charles Bales
Charles Bales

I think 7nm is the last leg for silicon. Graphene my be next.

Vor 3 Monate
Boone Keller
Boone Keller

Intel what are you doing

Vor 3 Monate
Sarvender Dahiya
Sarvender Dahiya

I like such content GN. In-depth tech stuff, feels like i really learned something :)

Vor 3 Monate
Schwanzel Stock
Schwanzel Stock

Wasn't Moore's law based on 1 CPU 1 core 1 thread?

Vor 3 Monate
TheMangoAssassin
TheMangoAssassin

Pfft....still rocking a 45nm.

Vor 3 Monate
Jonas Björklund Svensson
Jonas Björklund Svensson

He might be good at processor tech, but he's an even better ventriloquist!

Vor 3 Monate
jeff smith
jeff smith

I wasn't really paying attention there at the beginning. This guy works for intel right? That would explain why he was so absolutely against saying anything too negative about them.

Vor 3 Monate
ArsenicAlchemist
ArsenicAlchemist

"For those not fimilar with... you know." buthowtho.jpeg

Vor 3 Monate
Elsa Debroglie
Elsa Debroglie

How does Kanter stay so still on his cam?

Vor 3 Monate
Dirt Worth
Dirt Worth

I think it's an inside job from Intel. AMD was at the point of bankrupt if Intel didn't slow down and I think Intel deliberatly slowed down so that AMD could catch on and to have a healthy competition in the future. There are more benefits for both AMD and Intel if they stay as a competition!

Vor 3 Monate
firefox5926
firefox5926

11:25 bugger it lets just skip it and to to electron rays for the lithography...

Vor 3 Monate
firefox5926
firefox5926

13:22 well i mean there is only so far you can go and with ever diminishing roi i mean sub 1 nm i mean even if it is possible .. then what ? maybe its time to look int finding other ways to increase computing power that don't involve die shrinks ...

Vor 3 Monate
firefox5926
firefox5926

hell maybe just use a gamma knife if possable..

Vor 3 Monate
TwoBrothers
TwoBrothers

Lmao too manu Intel shills

Vor 3 Monate
Chuu Ni
Chuu Ni

I always appreciate you having David Kanter on. I feel you missed some important questions, though: * Why is it that it seems to be just Intel having these problems when the other fabs are progressing? I mean, you spend a lot of time talking about EUV, but none of the other fabs are on EUV either. * Given that Intel's competitive edge has always been their manufacturing prowess, is it fair to say that they've lost that now, and if so, will they be able to recover or are they just "yet another fab" from now on?

Vor 3 Monate
Terje Oseberg
Terje Oseberg

How the hell can they make stuff that's 7nm, 10nm, or even 14nm using 193nm light?

Vor 3 Monate
MAkM
MAkM

David Kanter`s claim was AMD would not even get close to Intel before zen/ryzen etc. I suppose he didnt expect AMD fabric tech

Vor 3 Monate
theexmann
theexmann

Doesn't seem like David Kanter doesn't know anything about AMD chips so I guess he's an Intel chip expert.

Vor 3 Monate
Mikhail Makarov
Mikhail Makarov

Anything below 5nm(by intel) or 3.5 nm (by other chip makers) will flop end of story. In mid 2020s global semiconductor industry will experience brutal crash intel amd tsmc and others will all get smashed real hard. Graphene nano tech quantum etc aint going to safe the day these companies already have wasted tenths of billions of dollars on that shit zero results. So i say phones and computers in the year 2025 will be real peak of technology after that it will be useless to upgrade anything. It's not new that some industries have peaked technologycaly. Car industry have peaked, airplane, train, weapons, housing etc. Since 1980s only one industry was developing it was semiconductor industry thats why for the past 30 plus years nothing else have advanced besides computers and other connected tech. Planes fly at the same speed no new inovative massive project infrastructures im talking about really innovative no space colonization not even sea cities underground not controlled fusion we still burn fucking oil. I know green energy but its a energetical step back actually you can't have heavy industry production with green energy only for example. So yeah peak of human advancements are going to be year 2025 its sad.

Vor 3 Monate
Billy
Billy

It is 7nm so far as a 10.9 second 1/4 mile is a 10 second run.

Vor 3 Monate
Andy Mares
Andy Mares

I LOVE this!! An actual analyst on your show man unlike most youtubers!Great job and keep up the great work! I am now a fan 4 lyfe

Vor 3 Monate
Cory Swanson
Cory Swanson

This guy is just 1 big run-on sentence

Vor 3 Monate
Kie 7077
Kie 7077

Nice article about why euv is delayed: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/265064-euv-integration-5nm-still-risky-major-problems-solve

Vor 3 Monate
Social Gamer
Social Gamer

I would recommend moving your headset mic straight outward/forward. No need to aim it to your mouth, it will pick up your voice just fine. When you spoke the mic was popping. I have amazing audio setup and I heard every P your spoke.

Vor 3 Monate
Dan Phillips
Dan Phillips

I like this type of video, they are really informative.

Vor 4 Monate
Jogar Gobz
Jogar Gobz

Kanter is wrong basically in every statement he did.

Vor 4 Monate
MADBONE
MADBONE

that thermal paste application is making me cringe ... like i wanna step in like linus and yell "stop stop dear god stop"

Vor 4 Monate
rndom persn
rndom persn

Is the issue that we dont have EUV or that we have EUV but intel doesnt know how to use it?

Vor 4 Monate

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