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dylin

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The one website, it says that the New macbook pros have a 32 nanometer architecture. But isn't ivy-bridge supposed to be 22 nm architecture?

Probably thinking too much about it, just wanted to know if anyone saw this too.

Doesn't really affect anyone :p
 

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kefaith

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The one website, it says that the New macbook pros have a 32 nanometer architecture. But isn't ivy-bridge supposed to be 22 nm architecture?

Probably thinking too much about it, just wanted to know if anyone saw this too.

Doesn't really affect anyone :p

Yeah I noticed it a couple of hours ago but I too think its just a typo. Wouldn't worry too much about it.

Although it does show as 22 nm if you take a look at the non-retina models, with the same proc speeds.
 
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KylePowers

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Mar 5, 2011
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The one website, it says that the New macbook pros have a 32 nanometer architecture. But isn't ivy-bridge supposed to be 22 nm architecture?

Probably thinking too much about it, just wanted to know if anyone saw this too.

Doesn't really affect anyone :p
In their defense, there probably are some 32nm features on it :p

But yeah, silly typo!
 
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