1. S

    Anandtech: Samsung Announces 3nm GAA MBCFET PDK, Version 0.1

    Samsung is moving beyond FinFET "Gate All Around" multi-fin arrangements to get down to 3nm process:
  2. cageymaru

    Volkswagen Toolmaking Tests the World's First 3D Printed Titanium Brake Caliper

    Volkswagen Toolmaking has recently been expanded from 460 to 3,100 square meters so give its toolmakers, designers, developers, and researchers more space to collaborate on new technology faster. A goal of the project is to use 3D printing technology in series production at the site. In addition...
  3. cageymaru

    Intel Kills off the 10nm Process

    Charlie Demerjian of Semiaccurate has dropped a bombshell article in which he reports that Intel insiders have proclaimed the current 10nm process is dead. He says that this is a good thing for the company as it was the right thing to do. Assuming that there is truth to this rumor, this means...
  4. N4CR

    Possible Kitguru leak - Ryzen 2 Feb launch, 12 cores and 4.6Ghz?

    Saw this slide on Reddigg and surprised to not see it discussed here. Frequency range is close to what I expected, however think 5Ghz is BS without serious OC, single core perhaps? Doubt it. Speeds approaching 4.5Ghz should be no problem with a small process change, moving away from their...
  5. FrgMstr

    Is the ASUS RMA Process Legit?

    "Naughty" Nathan Kirsch of Legit Reviews fame tells us all out this ASUS RMA experience when his RX480 he had purchased went South on him. While almost a month of turnaround time may not seem great, certainly having them upgrade you to a GTX 1080 along the way was probably worth the wait. We...
  6. pencea

    Noctua NH-U14S with 7700k 5ghz?

    Currently using the Noctua NH-U14S. Was wondering if I were to get the 7700k, will this cooler be adaqute enough to handle it at 5ghz? Also are the chances for 7700k hitting 5ghz high or is that only achievable for a small minority?
  7. L

    question about bios process

    when you turn on your computer,the bios does: 1- check the cmos for custom settings 2- the bios loads into the MEMORY the device driver and intreput handlers 3- intializes cpu registers. 4- performe the post(ram, monitor , keyboard,...) the question is about step number 2: the bios...