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Thats good news for AMD, though in their CPU department they should really consider getting 32nm out ASAP but I guess in their GPU and CPU department things work differently.
    
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Originally Posted by rico2001 View Post
I have seen a lot of changes to that roadmap though. I believe they meant 32nm on die GPU processors for llano, but don't quote me. The last update I saw said they would be 40nm I think, so I am not sure where AMD is on 32nm GPU. I did recently read an article saying they would jump to 28nm, but I think it came from FUD, so...

Even if GF can get 28nm silicon ready by late Q4 of 2010, it will take at least a few weeks for ATI engineers to transition their designs to whatever die size they had been using in the lab to 28nm silicon, then a month or two for marketing to get done, partners to all get in line, and final bug testing. I expect 28nm cards won't be ready until late Q1 or early Q2 2011 at the earliest, unless TSMC can beat GF to 28nm and the development team on the next gen cards are ahead of schedule. It seems somewhat likely then that ATI may produce a new architecture on an existing processing node to try and combat fermi. Or we will be forced to wait more then a year for 28nm GPU.
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