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    TSMC to provide 16nm FinFET to Nvidia, no mention of AMD

    Avago, LG and MediaTek also make the 16nm early-adopter list.
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    Re: TSMC to provide 16nm FinFET to Nvidia, no mention of AMD

    Edit: Nevermind. Thought this was about cpu's..

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    Re: TSMC to provide 16nm FinFET to Nvidia, no mention of AMD

    Slightly disappointed there was no mention of AMD... actually more than slightly. But their roadmap reflects that, too. No plans for FinFET any time soon. Sad.

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    Re: TSMC to provide 16nm FinFET to Nvidia, no mention of AMD

    Quote Originally Posted by SineWave View Post
    Slightly disappointed there was no mention of AMD... actually more than slightly. But their roadmap reflects that, too. No plans for FinFET any time soon. Sad.
    Not from TSMC perhaps.. but Samsung/GF..

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    Re: TSMC to provide 16nm FinFET to Nvidia, no mention of AMD

    Samsung readied 14nm in feb and GloFo are using it, with process ramp up starting 2015 (remember Samsung qualified it already) - expect AMD to be on 14nm next year.

    http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1321974

    only about 3 months behind TMSC in this one , and UMC are actually on FINFet .

    AMD will use GloFo - but UMC is an option now as we;;. and remember Apple are still sucking a lot of wafers from TSMC

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