June 29, 2022

Apple’s 3nm M2 Pro chip will go into mass production later this year

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  • Anonymous
  • baby

I remember my AMD 64 X2 from around 2005, which I bought in early 2007 since the prices finally came down. A 90nm set, but at the time of its release was considered one of the most powerful and efficient desktop processors in its class.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3SI

Koishi Komeiji, 29 minutes agoimagine a 1nm processor. too small for nanoscale manufacturingAfter 2nm there will be 1.4nm and maybe less than 1nm, but take those numbers with a grain of salt as this is all a bit marketing. For example, Intels 14nm+++ are similar to TSMC 7nm.

Koishi Komeiji, 29 minutes agoimagine a 1nm processor. too small for nanoscale manufacturingand more efficient and faster too.

you must be in pain, 1 hour agoit decreases over time. breaking Moore’s law.imagine a 1nm processor. too small for nanoscale manufacturing

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  • denis1991
  • sw3

This chip will be the beast.

R

3nm…
I remember when it was said that my Pentium D Desktop was very efficient and wouldn’t add much to the electric bill even if you used it more than 4-5 hours a day. It was also said to run cooler and didn’t need air conditioning. It was 65nm lol.

it decreases over time. breaking Moore’s law.