Intel’s really having a bad time when it comes to mass production and distribution of their 10nm and below fabrication nodes. They abandoned their tick-tock product development model for one that includes architecture and process-node improvements and refinements. While Coffee Lake (the second refresh after Kaby Lake) was supposed to be the last of Intel on 14nm, it looks like Team Blue will milk the 14nm node one last time while AMD begins selling Ryzen 3000 on the SEVEN nm node!
It isn’t all bad news though. Actually, only bad news aside from the one mentioned above is that the
All of this is a reaction to the
Intel might announce Comet Lake at Computex, which is also where AMD will reveal its much-hyped RYZEN 3000 lineup.