Subject: How does a smaller fabrication process allow faster processors?
Date: Thu Dec 2 04:48:23 1999
Posted by Rubayyat Rahman
Grade level: undergrad
School: Rutgers University
City: New Brunswick State/Province: NJ
Area of science: Computer Science
I've seen CPUs being described as "fabricated by a .25 micron process".
What exactly does this mean and how does a smaller micron size allow for
the manufacture of processors with faster clock speeds.
Re: How does a smaller fabrication process allow faster processors?
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