AMD strain SI for all

phial

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wooooooo



perhaps this WONT be a reincarnation of the Tbred A ?

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Snorkius

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<A HREF="http://news.com.com/AMD+sneaks+strained+silicon+into+chips/2100-1006_3-5317169.html" target="_new"> BOO! </A>



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Snorkius

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What I want to know is; when will Intel implement SOI?

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Intel has always said SOI didn't make economic sense for them until 65nm. From what I read, its likely they will move to FD-SOI (fully depleted SOI) then, assuming the tech is ready/affordable/worthwhile by that time. AMD will likely stick to PD-SOI for their 65nm process.

Judging by Prescott, I'd say intel made a mistake by ignoring PD-SOI.. but I'm curious what 65nm will bring.

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Won't 65nm be even hotter? There is already problems with 90nm and energy leakage, so how do they expect to get to 65nm and not have problems?

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