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Originally Posted by Defoler
Feels like they are going to be the top chip manufacturer very soon, considering intel are still only on their way to 10nm.
Both AMD and Nvidia could bring much stronger GPUs than 7nm could bring. And this could be great for nvidia considering they have been waiting on 7nm, so they might bring cards in 6nm instead next year, since AMD are planned to bring navi this year, so 7nm.
And if AMD could use that higher density for lower power, and if manufacturing allows, higher speeds, they could finally and completely de-throne intel from the top CPU market with 6nm CPUs and high core speeds.
Feels like this year is only going to be a preview of all the great things coming in 2020.
I hate to douse your speculation with water. But it needs it. Nvidia has gone all in on 7 nm with Samsung not TSMC. It is doubtful after accomodating AMD graphic and cpu needs that TSMC will have adequate capacity for Nvidia as well. TSMC processes are definitely higher performing than Samsungs anemic 7nm. If anybody is in a bit of a corner here it is Nvidia.
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