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[tcMag] Qimonda advancing GDDR production to 58nm

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Memory chip manufacturer Qimonda is starting to get bored with having to make GDDR chips on 70nm so, before the end of this year, it will be starting to embrace a new, smaller, nicer, cooler production process. Qimonda will move to 58nm so as to lower manufacturing costs and increase production, both of which should help it better compete the likes of Samsung and Hynix. Good luck with all that.
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well, maybe after the switch, their ram might actually clock at a decent speed...

From my experience, Qimonda has been the generic ram manufacturer of lower end video cards. And a poor performer in the gaming level cards, that demand a higher clock speed. Just what i have seen over the years.
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