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TSMC 5 nm+ Node Manufacturing Goes High-Volume in Q4

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2020/05/28 02:22:18 (permalink)
https://www.techpowerup.com/267793/tsmc-5-nm-node-manufacturing-goes-high-volume-in-q4
 
TSMC is working hard to bring the best silicon out there, with the company supplying many of the companies like NVIDIA, AMD, Huawei, and Apple, which all customers who demand the latest and greatest when it comes to the silicon technology. According to the sources close to DigiTimes, TSMC is expected to kick-off volume production of its next-generation 5 nm+ manufacturing node, which is an enhancement of the 5 nm node, as soon as Q4 of this year hits.

Despite the current world pandemic happening, TSMC is relentless and seems like it can not be stopped. Sources at DigiTimes have confirmed that the company will do High-Volume Manufacturing of the chips in Q4, meaning that we can expect first chips on the 5 nm+ node sometimes at the beginning of 2021. This is very good news as it reassures us that TSMC is untouched by the happenings in the world and that they will manage to deliver just fine.
 
So it looks like TSMC will be ready for 5nm (enhanced) chip orders in 2021. Their only competitor at that level is Samsung. 

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    Re: TSMC 5 nm+ Node Manufacturing Goes High-Volume in Q4 2020/05/28 05:04:54 (permalink)
    AMD rumored to have switched to 5nm for Zen 3, the XT variants of now make that seem possible.

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    Re: TSMC 5 nm+ Node Manufacturing Goes High-Volume in Q4 2020/05/28 05:49:34 (permalink)
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    AMD rumored to have switched to 5nm for Zen 3, the XT variants of now make that seem possible.


    I believe that is completely true. Enhanced 5nm nodes are supposed to be more reliable. 

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    Re: TSMC 5 nm+ Node Manufacturing Goes High-Volume in Q4 2020/05/28 09:23:19 (permalink)
    looks like better chips are on the way for Many different electronics Mfg

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