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AMD Set to Become TSMC’s Second Largest Customer for 5 nm Products

As AMD ramps up production of its next-generation CPUs and GPUs, it is set to become TSMC’s second-largest client for its N5 (5nm-class) production node platform in the second half of 2022. Digi Times report. But will he be the second largest customer across all foundries, and if so, it is behind Apple but ahead of MediaTek.

AMD is set to launch multiple new products made using various nodes belonging to TSMC’s N5 family. Release the processor. The company is set to begin production of its 4th generation EPYC processors, codenamed Genoa, which will feature the same Zen 4 microarchitecture, later this year. AMD will also release its Radeon RX 7000 series graphics processors with the RDNA 3 architecture later this year. His EPYC, which is data center oriented, will have a much slower launch, while the client oriented Ryzen and Radeon will need to launch relatively quickly, so AMD plans to produce some mass-produced N5 chips by the end of the year. is.

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