Intel’s reported 3nm chip delay suggests a delay in Arrow Lake processors

Could the next generation of Intel’s Arrow processor family be delayed to 2025? This is the latest speculation born in Taiwan.

More specifically, Digitimes (opens in new tab) (via Techpowerup (opens in new tab)) estimates that Intel has pushed its orders for 3nm wafers from TSMC to the last quarter of 2024. These 3nm wafers are supposed to contain the graphics chips for future CPUs that have the Arrow Lake architecture.

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