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ATI and NVIDIA both producing 0.11 micron graphics chips at TSMC

Posted on Wednesday, July 07 2004 @ 21:18:48 CEST by


ATI and NVIDIA are ramping up their second wave of PCI Express chips, but with more wafter production over at TSMC using a 0.11 micron process.

Currently the demand for PCI Express graphics chips is limited, because of the pricing and the availability of these chips. But it is said that a possible price reduction for PCI Express motherboards and processors in Q3 2004 will boost demand for PCI Express graphics cards.

NVIDIA is going to produce its NV41 at IBM using a 0.13 micron process while the 0.11 micron NV43 will be produced at TSMC.

ATI and Nvidia new PCI Express graphics chips

Company

Chip

Process

Wafer foundry

 Launch

ATI

RV410

0.11-micron

TSMC

3Q

ATI

R430

0.11-micron

TSMC

3Q

Nvidia

NV41

0.13-micron

IBM

3Q

Nvidia

NV43

0.11-micron

TSMC

3Q



Source: DigiTimes



 



 

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