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AMD Announces: Switching to 3D FinFET Terminals

In addition to expectations of exceptionally low revenues, Discover that they will skip the 20 nanometer lithograph and jump straight to the 16 generation , With transistors Three-dimensional

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AMD's current situation is difficult, even very difficult - is there light at the end of the tunnel? Onion Investors update According to which second-quarter revenues for 2015 will be lower than forecast and in fact lower than the company from Sunnyvale over the past decade (which led to a fall in share value by more than 15 percent), AMD also updated that they have "migrated" their next-generation products from the technology TSMC Sputtering 20 Nm - To FinFET technologies The news and the more monotonous.

Not yet clear on Plan to manufacture their future chips based on 16 's nanometer technology Or based on 14 's nanometer technology (Or on the basis of a combination of the two, as has been the case until now), but it is certain that the company will benefit from a two-generation leap in chip generation technologies in the near future, after too many years of relying on the 28 nanometer lithograph.

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B- They did not specify in which direction they chose to march in their future products - but they were obliged to declare the move to their investors, due to the fact that the 20 nanometer preparations led to the deletion of approximately 33 million in value

The technological improvement should help all AMD products become more competitive with competitors such as Intel And NVIDIA, If Intel's innovative 10 nanometer process Will continue to be delayed It is possible that we will see a rare situation in which the two processor manufacturers Offering products based on the same technology - and that could certainly create a refreshing change in this established market.

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3D transistors 16 or 14 nm can be very helpful in achieving the quantum leap that AMD promises us with Zen architecture

Will this jump save you? From the smooth slope? We'll keep our fingers crossed.


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  1. An unrivaled world for intel and nvidia It will be a world without technological advancement.
    I really hope they recover from the fall otherwise everything will be much more expensive and no significant change (not that we have seen a change in the latest generation of processors or video cards from both companies)

  2. To the body of the article: Save, it won't save! Net technology already exists in the competition and they milk us in a permanent pattern (until AMD announces the distribution of the technology) (why does it take so long to threaten AMD… I don't know but guess it's about who develops the technology and manages to use it for the consumer ... ..)

    Personally, I have never liked AMD's hardware and have always preferred Intel and Annoydia.
    But what repeats itself as a mantra and makes me pay tribute to AMD, is these posts on HBM (about 4 years ago), here's FINFET _
    Technology existed, but we would milk as much as we could until they let us taste it. And when AMD announces 3D transistors then competitors already know what they have in hand. What will happen: AMD's new processors with the new FINFET will be at the forefront of the 4-10 months period and then again competitors will bring FINFET processors narrower, faster, and more expensive. _ (What AMD has declared already exists in the warehouse competitors. They will only improve it and give us one level above AMD)

    Competitors are also aware that without occasional competition for several months… .. they will have to adjust.
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    Anyway, AMD deserves a big thank you for bringing us to life… .. (for example, without AMD… ..we would still be based in FERMI)

  3. Now I have finished writing and read the 2 comment…. Just talking about what I wrote at the end… (we were still based in FERMI)

  4. I wrote it down more for people who don't read articles until the end and go to death for AMD like they always do :)

    And I'm not sure what you're saying is true about the competition that already has everything in hand, it's more in the direction of having more money so development is faster but not necessarily more efficient.
    AMD has its honor and still wins at higher resolutions than competitors on most video cards, as most generations have, in addition to technology sites still recommending the 290 as the most lucrative price-performance card (plus it runs everything to the maximum easily).

    I personally prefer AMD because I had a lot of bad luck with Nvidia's cards (every card I bought theirs was either used or with manufacturing issues but again this is bad luck) in addition to the fact that AMD believe in open source and Nvidia have been in closed code for years and see the results in every game That they are unfortunately touching on and they are currently full of bugs and close to 0 visual enhancement over the last two years and for what reason the demands of the games are rising…

  5. To the body of the article: Save, it won't save! Net technology already exists in the competition and they are turning us into a regular pattern (until AMD announces the distribution of the technology) (why does it take so long to threaten AMD ... I don't know but guess it's about who develops the technology and manages to use it Consumer .....) Personally, I have never liked AMD's hardware and have always preferred Intel and Annoydia. But what repeats itself as a mantra and makes me respect AMD, is these posts on HBM (about 4 years ago), where the latest FINFET _ technology existed, but would milk us as much as we could to give it a taste. And when AMD announces 3D transistors then competitors already know what they have in hand. What will happen: AMD's new processors with the new FINFET will be at the forefront of the 4-10 months period and then again competitors will bring FINFET processors narrower, faster, and more expensive. _ (What AMD has declared already exists at the warehouse competitors. They will only improve it and give us one level above AMD) Also the competitors are aware that without occasional competition for a few months ..... they will have to adjust. Anyway, AMD deserves a big thank you for bringing us to the ground ..... (For example, without AMD ..... we would still be based in FERMI)

    What they declared is good and beautiful but that does not mean that they will stand up to the times. It's not black and white. There are loads of delays and problems. And besides, Intel is so ahead of the rest of the industry. Already at 14nm and these are just finishing preparations to start producing fully.

  6. [QUOTE] The fact that they declared it good and beautiful but that doesn't mean they will stand on time. It's not black and white. There are loads of delays and problems. And besides, Intel is so ahead of the rest of the industry. Already at 14nm and these are just finishing preparations to start producing fully. [/ QUOTE]

    OF COURSE!

    This is what happened with HBM.
    When AMD first talked about HBM, the green competitor researched the issue for quite some time and then (after about a year and a half if I remember correctly) .. She introduced the road map with the VOLTA for the first time.
    Since we have not seen HBM from the AMD group until now, the green competitor has taken the time and pushed PASCAL in the middle _ (At first, she stated that VOLTA completely ignores ... But since AMD only managed to produce HBM 1.0, the green competitor will squeeze everything possible with PASCAL and then give us The full potential of the technology at the core of the VOLTA.

    Everything trades and everything is pre-sold.
    AMD has a huge part of the time when new technologies are available to us _ (just because it's the only competitor that wants to break prices)

  7. Only HBM is not something AMD develops, but memory chip makers.
    NVIDIA is going to use the same chips that AMD can and vice versa.

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