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TSMC To Be NVIDIA’s Primary Foundry Partner for 16nm and 10nm Production

A foundry partner is always important for companies like NVIDIA. TSMC has always given priority to Apple for orders, but it looks like NVIDIA will still be retaining the company as their "primary" foundry partner. NVIDIA also has Samsung as a foundry partner, but it remains unclear which products will be fabricated by TSMC and which ones by Samsung.

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More Information on AMD’s Greenland GPU

We first heard about AMD's Greenland GPU when we details AMD's upcoming 16-core APU. Greenland will be the successor to Fiji (which will be powering the upcoming R9 390X). It has been reported that this new core will not be a radically new core. AMD wants the main goal of Greenland to bring more performance per watt to AMD GPUs in 2016.

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TSMC Will Not Make any 20nm GPUs, Invests Billions in 16nm

Late last year we reported that AMD had cut ties with TSMC and would be manufacturing their GPU and APU products at Global Foundries. NVIDIA still uses TSMC to manufacture their chips, but recently they have moved to Samsung for 14 nm production. TSMC has just announced that they will not make any 20 nm GPUs at all, if anything 20 nm comes out of TSMC it will be low power ASICs.

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AMD and NVIDIA’s Next-Gen GPUs Could Be Delayed

According to a new report from WCCFTech, both AMD's and NVIDIA's upcoming next-generation GPUs could be delayed, at least the 16 nm or 20 nm versions. For the past 3 years the GPU industry has been stuck on the 28 nm process and while 2014 did bring in TSMC's 20 nm process much of the early 20 nm process capacity has been given to major clients like Qualcomm and Apple.

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