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Leo Says Ep.67 – Is Intel really ditching its 20A process for TSMC N3?

We recently covered Intel's claim that it would deliver five fabrication nodes in four years which would allow the chip giant to regain its process technology leadership, presumably from TSMC, by 2025. These are bold claims that were immediately challenged by news that Intel would ditch its own 20A process in Arrow Lake and would instead use the TSMC N3 process...

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Intel CEO denies 3nm delay rumours

Earlier this week, a report citing supply chain sources claimed that Intel had deferred a chip order with TSMC, sparking rumours that upcoming products, like Arrow Lake processors, would be delayed. Intel CEO, Pat Gelsinger, recently had the opportunity to refute that rumour directly.  As reported by Tom's Hardware, speaking …

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Luke and Leo Get Technical (Ep 12) – AMD Must Respond to Intel 12th Gen

Intel’s performance offering from the 12th Gen processors is impressive. The gaming crown looks to be back Intel’s hand, and AMD also needs to respond to their overall performance crown being infringed upon. How will AMD respond? And what are the timescales? There’s also the elephant in the room of Apple, with the M1 silicon continuing to make impressive performance strides...

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Leo Says Ep.62 – We NEED Taiwan!

At KitGuru we focus on technology and for obvious reasons we try to avoid politics, religion and mention of the pandemic. In today's episode of Leo Says we have pushed our editorial limits with a video about Taiwan that discusses the importance of TSMC and the peculiar way that Taiwan is diplomatically ignored by almost every nation on the planet...

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Intel invests $20 billion in new foundry business to compete with the likes of TSMC and Samsung

While the announcement of 7nm Intel CPUs stole headlines last night following Intel's 'Engineering the Future' event last night, the bigger announcement is arguably Intel's decision to set up its own foundry business. Intel has used its own foundry facilities to produce chips for years now and soon, Intel will be opening up its doors to fabricate chips for other companies too.

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