RIP Intel

The supply problem is because of the huge demand. Has everybody already forgotten about the cryptomining craze? And TSMC's "7nm" is nothing more than marketing. It's nowhere near the International Roadmap for Semiconductor's specifications. And I thought AMD would skip half-nodes, and then they claim to have a "12nm" chip that's excactly the same size as their "14nm"? That's odd, isn't it?

Marketing. Why do you think it's called Ryzen 3, 5 and 7? X9XX? A series of motherboards that starts in the 300's and not single or two digits? It most certainly couldn't be because of Intel, could it? They've always done this. Wake up.

Enjoy your Zen+++...

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