Intel 3nm CPUs are not delayed and will land in 2024 and this is according to a recent claim by the company.
Intel 3nm CPUs Are Not Delayed and Will Land In 2024
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger following the floating rumors claiming that the upcoming 3nm CPU products of Intel would be hit with delays has now fired back with confirmation that the new chips are in fact on track for their planned releases in 2024.
The CPUs that are in development will be built on either the Intel 3 or TSMC N3 which are both the new 3nm processors and include product lines codenamed “Arrow Lake”, “Granite Rapids”, and “Sierra Forest”. Arrow Lake as you should know is ostensibly the most interesting one here as this is the current codename for the 15th-gen consumer desktop processors from Intel.
We Are Currently On the 13th Generation of Core CPUs from Intel
We will however try not to get ahead of ourselves here since we are just on the 13th generation of Core CPUs from Intel which is headlined by the mighty Intel Core i9-13900K, but the 3nm processor is really intriguing and interesting. The incoming 14th-gen ‘Meteor Lake’ chips from Intel will still be built on the present 4nm processors.
Intel’s Capital Allocation Update Conference Call
Gelsinger during Intel’s Capital Allocation Update Conference Call described the rumors as “patently false” and then offered reassurance that “the 3nm programs are on track, both that with TSMC as well as our internal Intel 3 programs”. The granite Rapids program which will be server-grade CPUs for commercial utilization could, however, prove very worrying for Google as the search engine company already has its own plans to begin producing chips for datacenters.