On June 2 2016, Adam Shah released an article on Computer World about the new Intel Chip. The company is planning to increase the performance of the Intel chips by over 10 percent. These improvements in terms of performance could possibly go up to 20 percent. This kind of improvement fuels the rivalry fire between the two: Intel and AMD.
The chips that will be receiving the 10 to 20 percent improvements will be for the nano meter manufacturing processes. It will be specifically for the 10 and 7 nano meter processes.
AMD’s newest chip will be getting an extra 40 percent boost in terms of improvement which is measured by a metric for CPU performance.
It is common that a lot of the chipmakers don’t see huge advances and improvements in terms of performance however these two chips seem to be the exception.
Although AMD’s chip is improving more in terms of percentages, Intel is focusing its attention elsewhere. Intel is mainly focusing on keeping PCs at a price point that will remain affordable for the public while also keeping battery life at a good level. According to Shah, Intel’s focus has been to make chips smaller as well as reducing overall power consumption and manufacturing costs.
Here’s what Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel, had to say about its new attention.
"If you also talk to competitors, they say there's going to be marginal improvements in performance on 10-nm, they are going to go for 7-nm for performance. We plan to have a consistent performance improvement of 10 percent to 20 percent in each one of these nodes."
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