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drkohler said:
EricHiggin said:

.. it's surprising that adds up so close to AMD's wafer allocation for next year.

Since we have absolutely no clues about yields (we don't even know on what exact process these thingies will be made), I find it very, let's call it courageous, to argue with wafer allocations.

General info about yields is available for 7nm. They will be made on 7nm or 7nm+, which is what the majority if not all of AMD's silicon will be fabbed on this year. A significant amount has been on 7nm for a while already for Ryzen 3000, Vega VII and Navi 5000.

He takes this into account.

Last edited by EricHiggin - on 06 January 2020