AMD wafer starts 65nm, good yields too

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 27 2007 @ 00:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
AMD's wafer starts at Fab36 in Dresden are now all 65nm, The Inq reports:
We hear heard that the transition to 65nm is going well, and currently 100 per cent of wafer starts are 65nm at Fab36. We also hear that contrary to rumours floating about, yields are not in the toilet, but it may be for others trying to push out 65nm.


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