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ATI: GPU design is finalized two years before launch

Posted on Saturday, September 05 2009 @ 15:27:05 CEST by

FUD Zilla recently had a chat with ATI's Chief Technology Officer, one of the things they learned during the conversation is that the design of a GPU is finalized two years before the chip is ready for launch, after that there are no possibilities to change the chip without causing massive delays.
The development of a GPU takes three to four years and despite the fact that Nvidia and ATI use so much secrecy, even if ATI learns about Nvidia's 2010 GPU, they won't be able to change their own 2010 chip, at least not without some massive delays.



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