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    TSMC announces plans for a 3nm fab in Taiwan

    Meanwhile, TSMC chairman Morris Chang will retire in June next year, aged 86.
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    Re: TSMC announces plans for a 3nm fab in Taiwan

    What next? Picometre:shocked2 :

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    Re: TSMC announces plans for a 3nm fab in Taiwan

    Next ought to be quantum computing. There will likely be some debate as to the nature of what they claim 3-5nm actually means.

    Intel's efforts to change the favoured nomenclature to transistors per die section or w/e, while it heavily favours them, also makes a lot of sense when you look into the growing worthlessness of "nm" as a node milestone (due to marketing).

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    Re: TSMC announces plans for a 3nm fab in Taiwan

    the hardware running at 14nm is very good but the software is still a serious bottleneck

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    Re: TSMC announces plans for a 3nm fab in Taiwan

    interesting, but kind of like a "paper launch" 2022 is a long way off and it reads they might push it out further. so interesting but kind of meh also. i guess it keeps share holders happy

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