AMD Moves To 65nm

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Aron Schatz
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December 5, 2006
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AMD has finally made the move to 65nm. Chips using the shrinked technology will appear soon. Expect a new wave of really good overclockers with this. Intel has been on 65nm for some time. The Core 2 Duos are awesome.

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The first chips produced by AMD on the new process will be desktop chips. Notebook and server chips will come in the relatively near future. Intel and AMD are in the midst of a manufacturing battle. Intel first began shipping 65-nanometer chips in October 2005. Chips made on the 65-nanometer process generally provide more performance and/or consume less power than those made on the older 90-nanometer process. (The nanometer figure refers to the average size of features on the chip; a nanometer is a billionth of a meter.)

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