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Intel invests big for faster and smaller chips

TechRadar writes:

"Intel has announced it will be spending $7billion over the next two years to establish a new 32nm manufacturing process. Predictably that means we'll get smaller, faster and more energy efficient processors.

Intel has confirmed that the first chips to be produced using the new process will be codenamed Westmere, a die-shrink of Nehalem which adds graphics circuitry onto the processor."

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DA_SHREDDER3475d ago

Holy sh*t that sounds cool.