In our earlier exclusive outing of Intel’s 10nm problems we laid out 4-5, depending on how you count, issues with the process. Since then we have gotten new information on one of them, more specifically how it is used and where. The up side to this information is that the new downgraded ’10nm’ process from Intel will not take as big a hit from the removal of this tech as SemiAccurate said earlier, but it will still take a hit.
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