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Welp I'm guessing TSMC experienced a 13 minute power outage also and has to write down 6 exabytes quintillion wafers.

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It's really complex stuff, I'm sure you just don't understand the difficulty involved in making the shroud so shiny.
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Quote: Originally Posted by DNMock View Post
It's possible, but my sources are telling me that Nvidia is using a new mirror finish plastic process that grants 10% more reflectivity than what was previously possible. Problem is that they opted for a hybrid cobalt-petroleum mix that kills the yields.

It's really complex stuff, I'm sure you just don't understand the difficulty involved in making the shroud so shiny.
Complex Indeed! And here I thought it was all done through ANSEL. I did here someone claimed that the shroud also reflects radiant heat towards the pc case exhaust fan. Now it makes sense.

It's a shame that they didn't use Vibranium though. But I hear they might be testing Unobtainium with their 7nm process. Here's hoping they do


But wouldn't that also cause another supply shortage??
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Welp I'm guessing TSMC experienced a 13 minute power outage also and has to write down 6 exabytes quintillion wafers.

Actually... rewind to late January:

[ExtremeTech] Reports: TSMC Accident Destroys Tens of Thousands of Nvidia GPU Wafers



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