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[My driver's]TSMC secures contract for intel chips

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The chip foundry giant TSMC’s share price rose nearly 10% in early trading today. Earlier, there were reports that TSMC had won Intel’s 6-nanometer chip orders.
Intel has reached an agreement with TSMC to begin mass production of processors or graphics chips using TSMC’s 7-nanometer optimized and 6-nanometer process for the next year.
Intel has reserved TSMC’s 180,000 6-nanometer wafers capacity for the next year.

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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-27-2020, 01:16 PM
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Wooooooow. This is huge. It will be so interesting to see how AMD and intel compete when they are on essentially identical processing nodes.
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I tried to read the source article but my translator wasn't working. Almost sounds to me like this has something to do with Intel's upcoming GPUs more so than their CPU production. But we really need a whole lot more info on this to get the full picture of what's going on here. Neat though.

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Wooooooow. This is huge. It will be so interesting to see how AMD and intel compete when they are on essentially identical processing nodes.
Most likely with be GPU. I dont think AMD will use much of N6, Even Apple has already moved to N5.

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ooooh, yeah GPU makes more sense.

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Intel is in rough shape, kids. Wow.

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I tried to read the source article but my translator wasn't working. Almost sounds to me like this has something to do with Intel's upcoming GPUs more so than their CPU production. But we really need a whole lot more info on this to get the full picture of what's going on here. Neat though.
think chrome is working:
after the 2 paragraphs and image about TSMC's stock:
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Intel has reached an agreement with TSMC to begin mass production of processors or graphics chips using TSMC’s 7-nanometer optimized version of the 6-nanometer process next year. Intel has reserved TSMC’s 180,000 6-nanometer capacity next year. TSMC has never commented on single customer orders and business development. Intel also said it does not comment on market rumors.

Intel said in its second-quarter financial report last week that the production of 7-nanometer products is behind schedule and may abandon its own chip design.
the only thing i get is 180K wafers(?)


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ah the TPU article mentions gpu's
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With its own 7 nm-class silicon fabrication node nowhere in sight for its processors, at least not until 2022-23, Intel is seeking out third-party semiconductor foundries to support its ambitious discrete GPU and scalar compute processor lineup under the Xe brand. A Taiwanese newspaper article interpreted by Chiakokhua provides a fascinating insight to the the new precious resource in the high-technology industry - allocation.
https://www.techpowerup.com/270355/t...ossibly-nvidia
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Intel is in rough shape, kids. Wow.
yep, and so was AMD 4-5 years ago when they were at $2 a share



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value is real?


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yep, and so was AMD 4-5 years ago when they were at $2 a share



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