4 years of mass production of 5th generation CPU Intel advanced technology no longer bounces: EUV comes out half a year ahead of schedule - Your-Tech

4 years of mass production of 5th generation CPU Intel advanced technology no longer bounces: EUV comes out half a year ahead of schedule

Intel announces seven new Intel Core X-Series processors (i7-9800X, i9-9820X, i9-9900X, i9-9920X, i9-9940X, i9-9960X, and i9-9980XE) on Oct 8, 2018, with a variety of core counts and I/O capabilities. They are designed for premium content creation platforms. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

In the past few years, Intel has encountered some challenges in the advanced process of CPU , and the consequence is that the new process has been delayed. The 14nm process has been used from 2015 to 2021 , which is the longest-lived process in Intel ‘s history. In the past 4 years, Intel has played a big game. Before 2025 , the 5th generation CPU process will be launched , and it will be mass-produced for half a year in advance.

At the Intel investor meeting not long ago , the company has released a roadmap for advanced processes, starting from last year’s Intel 7 process all the way to Intel 18A process, and the Core processor has continued from the 12th generation to the 16th generation Core, and even the 17th generation. Core Duo is in preparation and will be available in 2025 .

Not only the process planning is very good, but this time Intel is more confident, because the multi-generation process has actually been mass-produced in advance, as follows:

The Intel 4 process is the first Intel to use the EUV lithography process. It was previously scheduled for mass production in the first half of 2023. The latest statement is that it will come out in the second half of 2022 , more than half a year in advance. The first product, the 14th -generation Core Meteor Lake , is planned to be It will be listed in 2023 , and now it may be a little earlier, and it is not impossible to release it in the first half of the year.

The Intel 3 process is an improved version of the Intel 4 process, and the mass production time has not changed, still at the end of 2023 .

After that are the revolutionary Inel 20A and 18A processes. The 20A process is scheduled for mass production in the first half of 2024 , and it has not changed now, but the 18A process has been advanced from the first half of 2025 to the second half of 2024 . Half a year ahead of schedule also means that Intel will mass-produce two generations of advanced CPU processes in 2024 , which is rare.