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Earlier this year, we suggested that AMD’s decision to move its 7nm GPU production to TSMC could be a sign of trouble for GF’s 7nm ramp. Today, AMD is announcing that it will move all of its 7nm production on both CPUs and GPUs to TSMC. We already knew that TSMC was AMD’s foundry of choice for its 7nm Vega CPU, and the company had later announced that its 7nm Epyc CPUs (codenamed Rome) would be built there as well, but this is still a significant announcement for the company.
AMD’s Mark Papermaster has published a new blog post in which he writes:
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This article and images were originally posted on [ExtremeTechExtremeTech] August 27, 2018 at 04:55PM. Credit to Author Joel Hruska and ExtremeTechExtremeTech | ESIST.T>G>S Recommended Articles Of The Day.