So the plan to make transistors tolerate higher clock speeds by using better materials is not going to happen?
Yet another restating of Moore's Law? The thing gets revised to whatever the latest growth area is.
The original 1965 article it was about "component counts", then it was revised in a later talk to be "circuit density", then revised in 1975 to be "semiconductor complexity", then revised in the later '70s to be "circuit and device cleverness", has been restated yet again when serial devices flatlined in favor of highly parallel chips.
Assuming this goes through the chipset, it will likely be restated again in terms of whatever other factor on the chips continues to grow.