Forget about 20nm.
GlobalFoundries only have 28nm HP process for GPUs, which AMD will use in 2015. So both Nvidia and AMD will use 28nm process throughout 2015 and won`t switch to newer nodes until 2016.
AMD = 28nm SHP Global Foundries
Nvidia = 28nm HPM TSMC
Well hopefully the SHP process allows AMD to increase clock speeds due to lower voltages and helps to increase the performance.. If they can get HBM memory in, it should make up for the shortfall from not using the 20nm process…
To Bad, no new Notebook for me this year :/
But ist good to, no need to decide between broadwell and skylake
If they can roll out an efficient architecture like Maxwell it will be good.
But for those who was waiting huge leaps will probably be dissappointed. Smaller transistors is required for that
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