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The CPU has historically been one of the least likely to suffer a failure, but there’s troubling evidence suggesting that as process nodes shrink, reliability is becoming tougher for AMD and Intel to guarantee. Are manufacturers pushing the boundaries too far? We take a closer look at the issue, plus round up the biggest hardware news of the week.

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CPU Manufacturers May Be Risking CPU Reliability — Here's Why
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    Too much of a good thing?

    CPU Manufacturers Are Pushing the Boundaries of CMOS and Starting to Pay For It

    CPU Manufacturers Are Pushing the Boundaries of CMOS and Starting to Pay For It

    CPU manufacturers are pushing the boundaries of what modern manufacturing can accomplish, and it’s beginning to cause a few problems for other companies.

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