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6800 series test run Possibly?

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by 20mmrain, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. 20mmrain

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    http://www.semiaccurate.com/2010/01/09/global-foundries-28nm-wafer-spotted/

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    Possibly 28NM 6800 series by ATI. They don't give much info but I did not know where else to put it. I also don't know much about the ins and outs of specs on these types of things. But here you go for what it is worth. Hopefully we are looking at the new 6870 from ATI and GF.

    It would be nice if is a head of schedule.

    I also don't think I double posted this time. HEHEHE
     
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    Or it could be fusion of CPU+GPU..?

     
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    See I thought that too. But I thought that they were supposed to do there next gen stuff in a 32NM form. But they might be doing Fusion smaller.

    Not familiar with what ARM is I will read the article later but in the mean time if you feel like explaining?
     
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    I like how they say that tegra isn't the most advanced. That should be in the Tegra news posts.


    ARM is just small form factor special purpose processors, like the ones used in cell phones, and other mobile gadgets. It is much cheaper for companies like Tom Tom, Garmin, and many others to use a multi purpose platform CPU than a sepecial function one like X86 or X64.
     
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    Could be HD5xxx refresh(5890 ect)

    Or the HD6xxx (sort doubting this though)

    Anyways since AMD owns GF and it makes AMD gpus,cpus ect it sorta gives it away or do then contract out ?

    I'm not sure how it works tbh.
     
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    Im pretty sure erocker basicly hit it on the bell.

    Thats SEMIACCURATE for you.
     

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