Technically he's correct, but only if you consider re-compiling old source code with a single minor change a new build instead of a revision or patch. Unfortunately its irrelevant unless you run stock clocks and its off topic too.
As for 20nm 9970s... I wouldn't hold my breath. If memory serves, TMSC tend to produce memory modules and other simple designs on a new process first. I guess its a way of easing into things and ironing out issues. Probably a yield thing... Heck I'm no expert in manufacturing.... Nonetheless I'm fairly confident they won't start to run before they can walk. So I don't expect complex and large designs like GPUs on the 20nm process in the short term.
Edited by Lee Patekar - 7/10/13 at 5:42am