Originally Posted by Greybeard
nm refers I think to the die size of the chip in nano-metres. The general rule seems to be a smaller the die size equals less the power draw and a cooler running chip.
that is correct... the smaller the nm, the better for over clocking, the less power (voltage and wattage) and less heat..
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