This week, Intel’s new CEO Pat Gelsinger revealed that the company has finally resolved issues with its 7m node, and will be launching Meteor Lake processors featuring the technology in 2023.
This is exciting news, as it seemingly marks the end of a problem that Intel has been banging its head against for a number of years.
While AMD has raced ahead with its 7nm desktop processors, (smaller is better when it comes to process nodes) Intel has been stuck on 14nm architecture since Kaby Lake launched back in 2016.
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