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    Samsung foundry contamination caused defective products

    200mm wafer line was affected but Samsung says the process has now been rectified.
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    Re: Samsung foundry contamination caused defective products

    I was wondering when the next DRAM catastrophe was about to hit...

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    Re: Samsung foundry contamination caused defective products

    Almost an annual occurrence..

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    Re: Samsung foundry contamination caused defective products

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    I was wondering when the next DRAM catastrophe was about to hit...
    This.

    Must be Samsung's turn to take the flak this year.

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    Re: Samsung foundry contamination caused defective products

    It is worth mentioning that a billion Korean won is not as much money as you might think. At today's exchange rate it is about two thirds of a million quid. Samsung is currently worth about 300 trillion won.

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    Re: Samsung foundry contamination caused defective products

    Quote Originally Posted by chrestomanci View Post
    It is worth mentioning that a billion Korean won is not as much money as you might think. At today's exchange rate it is about two thirds of a million quid. Samsung is currently worth about 300 trillion won.
    Yeah, but that can be spun to be a catastrophic breakdown and all ram needs to price hike by 300%.

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