Skip to comments.China's First 7nm GPU Nears Mass Production, Pics Emerge
Posted on 04/06/2021 3:59:49 PM PDT by algore
Shanghai Tianshu Intellectual Semiconductor Co. (Tianshu Zhixin) announced Wednesday that it's nearing "mass production and commercial delivery" of Big Island, China's first domestically produced 7nm general-purpose GPU (GPGPU).
Tianshu Zhixin said in January that BI was made using an unidentified 7nm process node and 2.5D chip-on-wafer-on-substrate (CoWoS) packaging. On Wednesday, it confirmed our suspicion that BI was made using TSMC's 7nm FinFET process.
It also shared a little more information about what people can expect from BI when it starts to ship.
Tianshu Zhixin claimed that BI offers "nearly twice the performance of mainstream manufacturers' products" at a lower power consumption while also offering a more attractive price-to-performance ratio.
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Hopefully that will allow me to buy a video card someday.
No One will use this for gaming, because drivers will be poor. in general I have found that Chinese are bad drivers also.
GPU = Graphics processing units (for gaming on computers)
Or bitcoin mining too I guess. 8>)
plotting the battlefields is a big deal
Buy a Graphics card on ebay and it could old card with funky Chinese reprogramming to make it look like a much better card
What US company gave the CCP the technology to develop this chip in return for using china’s slave labor pool to reduce their production cost for the chips they were making at the time of the technology transfer?
sometimes I wonder who is gaming who? we feed them the tech
And every one of them will transmit your most confidential info to China...
It seems they bought the plans for the chip and stole the foundry technology to make it from TSMC.
TSMC - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.
Factories in Taiwan, China, and the US. Was planning on spending $35 billion on a plant in Arizona in the Trump years; unsure of the current status under Chinese influenced Biden.
That’ll take a bit of a load off of the 3 gorgeous damn.
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Here’s that compliment paid to the CCP by the Biden campaign for bringing in the virus which they admitted really helped fix it to get Biden elected http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3940857/posts
Check out this recent posting in Free Republic.com which the MSM and social venues will spike; http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3890312/posts. will be stopped by Biden and hailed by Walmart http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/3920123/posts
TSMC has plants in Shanghai and Nanking.
Biden killed a Korean battery plant here. He’s a job killer and tax raiser and a immigrant coyote CEO. His legacy will be an epic disaster.
U.S. rival Intel Corp. in March announced plans to directly compete with TSMC for the business of manufacturing chips for other companies, with a $20 billion investment in two new factories in Arizona. South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co. is also spending in excess of $100 billion over a decade to expand its semiconductor business.
“3 gorgeous damn”
Autocorrect, or snark?
You make the call!
Intel has really fallen behind the last few years. Hope they can catch up.
Does anyone believe they came up with this on their own?
Stolen technology. Standard Operating Procedure
The money they paid the DEM and RINO traitors has paid off nicely; and killed America.
If only we could return the favor to those who betrayed us, and on our enemies
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