It was also mentioned in the news that AMD has increased its orders for 7 and 7 + nm chips to 200000 chips. Thanks to orders from Intel and AMD, TSMCs advanced process capacity will maintain full capacity in the first half of 2021.
In fact, it has been reported that Intel will use TSMCs 6nmn process on a large scale in 2021, and Intel will further use TSMCs 3nm process in 2022.
If Intel really plans to expand outsourcing, GPU will be the first to bear the brunt in addition to the chipsets already partially outsourced, because GPU is simpler than CPU manufacturing, and TSMC is very experienced in GPU manufacturing.
According to the previous news, Intels Xe architecture unique display DG1 is manufactured by its own 10nm process. It has 96 sets of EU execution units, with a total of 768 cores. The basic frequency is 1GHz, the acceleration frequency is 1.5GHz, 1MB level-2 cache and 3gb video memory, and the TDP is 25W.
It is estimated that the performance of DG1 is equivalent to that of gtx950, and about 15% worse than that of gtx1050. The overall positioning of DG1 is not high, and it is suitable for the field of high energy efficiency, especially notebook GPU. After DG1, DG2 will be displayed alone, which is a high-performance CPU. It was previously disclosed that DG2 will use the 7Nm process of power generation. Now, it should be the 7Nm improved version of the 6nm process.
The latest dynamic hints that Intels first Duxian will be released on August 14. Are you looking forward to it?
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