Nvidia's Fermi Chips Supposedly Available in Low Quantities in March

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Razorman

Please don't post FUD like 4%, that would be plain ridiculous!  Yields are estimated to be between 60-80% currently...

Even Fudo knows and that site is pro-*vidia.

http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/17205/1/

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JohnP

   40% was the magic number. I gotta go through the archives to pull this up...

http://www.techspot.com/news/37419-AMD-40nm-yields-have-stabilized-supplies-improving.html

Here it is. TYPO!

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457R4L

It has to be a typo or a nVidia fanboy who posted this.

http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/17205/1/

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jrnull1

Checked out the link ,but the numbers i seen were 40% Yields and 4% Revenue increase

Edit -- Sorry screwed up the reply. This is tot first post

TRaSh80 RULES!!!

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karnak

4% radeon yields?  Over 2 million units sold?  Something doesn't add up here...

 

I predict, if anything, Fermi will cost 25% more for a 10% performance premium.  Nvidia held the crown for a long time, but no more.

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Ryan Whitwam

I thought it sounded weird too, but Tom's Hardware posted the figure twice. 5800 series, 4% yield.

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QUINTIX256

http://vr-zone.com/articles/tsmc-40nm-yield-issues-resurface/7963.html

This is the first place I heard any yield being as low as 4%.

You can have your recession. I'm not participating.

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