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Nahh....this is like oil companies who artificially reduce supply or cite instability in the middle east as their reason to raise gas prices while reassuring the public that it's only temporary.....only to reduce gas prices a little then raise it even further in the future, which results in long term raping and pillaging of the public's wallet, which is similar to what's happening with the computer industry, or any other industry for that matter.

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Why can't they just make cheaper large sized dye chips. Prices of GPU's are getting crazy as it is...just for a mid ranged you're looking at 250+ now where just a few years ago it was 100-150 which is now the really old crap tier stuff or the newer really crappy stuff thats equally as bad. Seems pricing is advancing faster than the cards themselves....all they're doing is rehashing the same old stuff and just down sizing it and selling it to us again.
    
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Originally Posted by jrbroad77 View Post

No problem dude but consider the following: "TSMC kann die hohe Nachfrage an 28-nm-Chips nicht bedienen" = TSMC may not satisfy the strong demand for 28nm chips
Just try Google Translate next time. The official title doesn't come close to your proposed translation - it seems to be missing a word on their behalf, I'd say it's as follows: TSMC: 28nm chips just under (supply) until Q3 2012?

Problem Solved biggrin.gif, but the Chips Problem remains wink.gif.
    
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Oh lol, that title.
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The crazy cynic inside me says this is one big scam to gouge customers and Nvidia, AMD, HDD flood-victims companies and game publishers are all in on it.
Sorry guyzz!! Storm in Thailand means you pay double or triple the cost of hard drives!!!! When everything fix, price don't go down for a few years!
Sorry guyzz!!! 28NM chips too low! Nvidia charge High-end price for mainstream chip and AMD price flagship $200 more than usual!!
EnJOY!

lol i got a chuckle out of your post.. but sure, low yields are part of it, but it also costs billions to invest in new fab process
post #16 of 18
With such high demand for chips, you would think there would be a lot of large companies lining up to build fabs for them. I guess the level of expertise must really be too high to do this, which scares away competitors from opening fabs.
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With such high demand for chips, you would think there would be a lot of large companies lining up to build fabs for them. I guess the level of expertise must really be too high to do this, which scares away competitors from opening fabs.

Kind of makes you second-guess your education choices, if there's such a high demand for talented people here, there must also be a lot of high paying jobs biggrin.gif
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Why can't they just make cheaper large sized dye chips. Prices of GPU's are getting crazy as it is...just for a mid ranged you're looking at 250+ now where just a few years ago it was 100-150 which is now the really old crap tier stuff or the newer really crappy stuff thats equally as bad. Seems pricing is advancing faster than the cards themselves....all they're doing is rehashing the same old stuff and just down sizing it and selling it to us again.

You're right, I'd rather they went back to $800 cards. http://www.legitreviews.com/article/496/1/

Sure, present cards may seem expensive, but the performance per dollar is extremely high (our $250 card can max most games at 1080p), and price gouging isn't the same as it used to be, or when compared to certain EE cpus.
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