So is Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) the reason why ATI 5xxx series was in such short supply?
And what is 130nm manufacturing still being used for? I would see a risk of oversupply for 65-nanometer and less-advanced technologies.
Well I wonder what kinda of profit they would of show if they had productivity yields higher. I would say that if they didn't have troubles we would be playing with fermi chips right now. But we all know Nvidia isn't know for their deadlines. Hopefully we will see a price drop in the ATI HD 5000 series cards and the quantity for Fermi will be high so the consumers reap all the benefits.
Yes gibbersome thats why they had a problem because they did not make anything at the ATI and Nvidia spec only larger, and were upgrading there equipment and had some type of screw up. SO the made part of what they were supposed to make at least from what I understand. Then had to stop and refit everything. This is why supply was so low and prices went up because of it.
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