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Originally Posted by Redwoodz View Post

Wouldn't that likely be a mobile product? SoC? Surprising if they used LPE for a dedicated GPU.

Since when has AMD made ASIC separately for mobile and desktop platforms?
Their current mobile line-up is based on desktop ASICs with different clocks.

The 14nm LPE GPU might be a custom job, no further info at the moment.
post #82 of 85
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Originally Posted by The Stilt View Post

Since when has AMD made ASIC separately for mobile and desktop platforms?
Their current mobile line-up is based on desktop ASICs with different clocks.

The 14nm LPE GPU might be a custom job, no further info at the moment.
Supposedly they are doing the GPU for Nintendo's new console, so it very well could be the custom GPU for that.
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I would expect such design to be a part of a SoC.
Makes no sense to use a discrete GPU ASIC in a console.
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I would expect such design to be a part of a SoC.
Makes no sense to use a discrete GPU ASIC in a console.
Unless it's a monster console biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by maarten12100 View Post

The 14nm LPP node at GF can reach 2.4GHz switching speeds at 0.72V in a built product. And the maximum voltage they advise for now is 0.88V.

Where do you get information that suggests a Vmax of 0,88V?

The only information I found that has 14nm and 0,88v related is the power measurement test conditions posted by Abwx.

http://forums.anandtech.com/showpost.php?p=37826802&postcount=367

Fmax was achieved at 0.72V, 10% below 0.8V
10% was added to 0.8V to test power - at 0.88V

This same methodology was used on 28 HPP centered around 0.85V. And we know it can have much higher voltages.
Edited by looncraz - 11/13/15 at 7:13pm
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