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AMD Updates GPU, CPU Road Maps

12-nm CPU samples, 7-nm GPU targets AI
1/8/2018 01:51 PM EST
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paul.jhnson
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paul.jhnson   1/8/2018 11:05:22 PM
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7nm would be far too risky for AMD to rely on  LiarFoundries. The truth is LiarFoundries is far behind schedule anything that is remotely close to 7nm, and only making fake news about EUV to sound like they are competitive. All the chatter about being on track is pure PR, has nothing to do with reality. AMD needs to focus on getting it's 7nm out quick if it wants to stay competitive. Liarfoundries is not the right choice here.

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realjjj   1/8/2018 4:18:26 PM
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"The 7-nm GPUs will presumably be made at TSMC, AMD's usual foundry for GPUs"

That's not the case anymore, nowadays it's GloFo.

You use the term "ïn production" three times when it should be retail or shipping- a few months difference between the two. What you call "three high-end notebook processors" are actually the Pro line and Pro means commercial, not high end. "Finally, AMD added one low-end product to its existing line of mainstream notebook chips that combine Zen and Vega cores." - both Ryzen 3 are new and both are lower end but not low end, they aren't yet addressing that segment with Ryzen as they only have one big die with integrated GPU and it's at 200+mm2.  

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