Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Oct 7, 2020.
It should be a back ported to 14nm++++ Willow Cove architecture
I have a feeling this post isn't going to age well.
By the way, just so you know the real transistor size, node and density, not the marketing bshit you get everyday:
Intel 14nm is 24nm by 24nm
AMD 7nm is 22nm by 22nm
As for Transistor density (MTr/mm2) :
AMD 7nm - 96.5
Intel 14nm - 37.5
Intel 10nm - 100.76
Intel 7nm - 202-250 (estimated)
never had any bsod on my 3300X , platform is as stable as intel.
My Asrock x570 Taichi board has over 20 biosupdates, so I guess it's starting to mature
It's pretty stable, because it hasn't fell off the table yet...
Waited so long for someone posting this. The REAL truth of performance estimation. It´s funny how people do believe in this "7nm is 2x faster than 14nm" bullshit.
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