AMD Greenland GPU to be made on 14nm process by Samsung/GF in late Q2 2016?

Posted on Tuesday, Dec 22 2015 @ 14:32 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Asian tech site MyDrivers claims AMD's upcoming high-end Greenland GPU will be manufactured on the 14nm LPP process, which is shared by Samsung and GlobalFoundries. Production will reportedly kick off towards the end of the second quarter of 2016.
AMD’s Radeon 400 series flagship GPU “Greenland” is reportedly debuting next summer and is set to enter mass production in Q2 2015 on the Samsung/Globalfounries 14nm LPP process. According to this latest rumor, AMD’s graphics flagship will enter mass production specifically at the end of the second quarter of next year around June, in time for its introduction at the end of the summer and around the back to school shopping season.
We expect to hear official information from AMD in January.

Via: WCCF Tech


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