The reason for the delay is the lack of chips in advanced 20 and 16 nanometers, which are provided for other and more "urgent" purposes such as chip making Smartphones For companies like Apple and Qualcomm
You wanted a stronger, more economical smartphone? You'll have to wait longer for your next video card. According to reports from WCCFTech, also AMD and also NVIDIA Are delaying the launch of next-generation company cards, containing chips in the new lithography of 20 and 16 nanometers. The standard solution for these small chipless companies was to launch their flagship cards in a relatively old (28) nanometer lithograph with future chips that would continue to come with the same lithography to enable the flagship cards to benefit from the new technology.
The main reason for the delay in the new cards in the new lithograph is the market for smartphones. In light of the sky-high popularity of smartphones all over the world, even with the availability of technology for 20 and 16 low-density chip chips, most of the chips are used for Qualcomm's purposes, Dark And Samsung in manufacturing Smartphones New, stronger, and more efficient than before.
According to the report, this is also the reason for the production of tickets based on NVIDIA's GM204 coreGTX 980 and-GTX 970) In the 28 nanometer production process, in addition to the remake cores called "Tonga" by AMD, which are also expected to come up with this current lithography. New chips in 20 or 16 nanometer lithography We do not expect to see from NVIDIA up to 2016 with the "Pascal" core expected to skip 20 nanometer lithography straight to 16. From AMD you can expect toThe R9 3xx cards (Based on the Caribbean Islands cores) in 20 lithography at nanometers at the end of the first half of next year, about two months delay from the initial design.
As a plan to deal with the lack of chips in the new lithography, AMD Announced that it will continue to use chips in the production process of 28 nanometers for its medium and low series, with high-market cards that will benefit first from the new lithography, when availability will allow.[interaction id="54a15ace08b0f989512977ad"]