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    TSMC 4nm running ahead of schedule, says report

    Trial production has begun, with mass production expected to kick off in Q4 2021.
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    Re: TSMC 4nm running ahead of schedule, says report

    Breaking news... scalper bots have already bought up all 4nm capacity. Tired of having to be a middleman after the chip manufacturer's have taken their cut, head of one bot scalping enterprise Big Anna Sole says she saw this as an opportunity to scalp the chip companies too, driving up wholesale prices, before bot-buying all the products they then release to scalp consumers, making comments like "Double scalping is the future, suck it up sheeple" and "Poison? Moi? You ain't seen nothing yet. This is a revolution. We've only just begun..."

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    Re: TSMC 4nm running ahead of schedule, says report

    Nice, i would like to get me some of that, in a CPU and GPU, so please be ready in a few years.

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    Re: TSMC 4nm running ahead of schedule, says report

    what happened to the idea of going from 5 to 3? obviously they had to back away from that idea. strange, as I have been reading 5 to 3 for a year now.

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    Re: TSMC 4nm running ahead of schedule, says report

    Quote Originally Posted by six_tymes View Post
    what happened to the idea of going from 5 to 3? obviously they had to back away from that idea. strange, as I have been reading 5 to 3 for a year now.
    3 will still be coming, this is like going to 12 from 16 while 7 was in development. It's a refinement of the current node essentially

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    Re: TSMC 4nm running ahead of schedule, says report

    Whenever I read wafers I think of a delicious slice of vanilla ice cream... Altho 5000 a month might be a touch greedy

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