ATI R600 to be biggest GPU launch ever - and it's 65nm

Posted on Monday, Mar 19 2007 @ 00:00 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inq writes the launch of the R600 while be the biggest in GPU history:
Since, we understand, the company pulled an unexpected move with a complete switch to a 65 nm process at TSMC, it seems that a new manufacturing alliance is emerging, since AMD is currently in various partnership deals with IBM and so Sony, Toshiba, Chartered, UMC and of course, TSMC.

AMD will probably ship well over 100 million 65 nanometre chips in 2007, and decided to start their own graphics adventure with a bang. We learned that the firm is inviting a ton of partners for a huge 3D-wide PR briefing - close to 200 journos will arrive at the press event and the plan is for each and every member of the press to get a taste of 65 nano chippery

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