Although AMD's 7nm production process has been launched by its rival AMD desktop, Intel is still on its way to the 14nm process. We could see the processors in the first 10nm process on the mobile side for the time being due to the fact that production problems could not be solved quickly. Desktop processors are a mystery.
Recently, there were rumors that Intel had problems with desktop processors during the 10nm process and plans were postponed beyond 2022. Intel denied the rumors by making a statement.
The company said they had made great progress in the 10nm process and had not changed the roadmap for desktop processors. This roadmap marked the year 2021 for desktop processors.
We will continue to see Intel desktop processors in the most advanced 14nm process by 2021. Starting in the summer of 2021, the first desktop processor will be launched in the 10nm ++ optimized production process. This number will increase in 2022 and the first step of 7nm EUV based desktop processors will be taken at the end of this year. Of course, we're talking about a two-year process, and Intel has to get through it without slipping.