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Tuesday, 22 February 2011 10:54

AMD reportedly orders more 40nm APUs

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To tackle Brazos shortage
According to Digitimes, chipmaker AMD has expanded its 40nm chip deal with TSMC in an effort to boost APU production and overcome supply issues.

AMD is reportedly seeking to secure new production capacities for Zacate and Ontario processors in TSMC’s 12-inch facility at Fab 14. The outfit is reportedly planning to aggressively enter the Chinese market sometime in march, thus the need to resolve the shortage and build up inventory levels.

A couple of weeks ago AMD announced that it had shipped more than one million APUs in December. However, strong demand in the OEM market resulted in supply issues and Fusion motherboards and notebooks are still hard to come by in retail.

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+11 #1 Bl0bb3r 2011-02-22 12:54
Chinese market? Just f@#$ great! That means even less products for us!
 
 
+1 #2 Super XP 2011-02-22 15:45
So long as they take care of the North American and European markets first, then I don't see a problem with the with tackling the Chinese market.
 
 
-4 #3 milkod2001 2011-02-22 19:21
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
Chinese market? Just f@#$ great! That means even less products for us!

cheap products for cheap countries, there's nothing wrong with that,would u buying one of them, don't think so. When AMD put together APU based on(BULLDOZER CPU and something more decent GPU-wise) then why not!
 
 
+15 #4 Bl0bb3r 2011-02-23 00:55
Are you kidding me?... if you can't find a use for low-cost-low-power hardware then that's your problem! I, on the other hand, don't have such problem.
 
 
+2 #5 hoohoo 2011-02-23 22:37
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
Are you kidding me?... if you can't find a use for low-cost-low-power hardware then that's your problem! I, on the other hand, don't have such problem.


100% agree!

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
 
0 #6 yourma2000 2011-02-23 23:36
Quoting milkod2001:
cheap products for cheap countries, there's nothing wrong with that,would u buying one of them, don't think so. When AMD put together APU based on(BULLDOZER CPU and something more decent GPU-wise) then why not!



HURRR DURR HURR DERP!

That's all I'm reading
 
 
+1 #7 Bl0bb3r 2011-02-24 19:13
He probably doesn't know that the chips are all the same, no matter how rich the country is in which they are sold.
 

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