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July 20, 2013, 02:47:35 AM
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http://www.phonearena.com/news/TSMC-says-its-supply-of-28nm-chips-continues-to-be-low_id40077

28NM process demand is highly exceeding its supply all over the world. The news above just a typical example ,for further information you can google it.
However,  Is anyone still dreaming that those ASIC mining rigs companies can get its 28NM standard chips into production?

If you still believing that those small ASICs Mining rigs companies can do it ...then you are delusional and too naive...you are setting fire on your BTC investment.

anyone invest your BTC relate with this 28NM concept, I can fairly say that before 22NM become mainstream , you won't see anything return from your current
investment, The time wasting could be a year or couple of years.

Asking you self , what makes you think those manufactures will gives up big quantity of orders which come from APPLE or Nvidia ,instead to producing those small
scale of order from ASICs mining rigs companies?  
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July 20, 2013, 03:10:53 AM
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KNC&&AMC

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July 20, 2013, 03:13:57 AM
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Yep both making their own chips for new machines Smiley

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July 20, 2013, 03:14:09 AM
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KNC&&AMC
People rich, too naive, come quick to cheat on them....
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July 20, 2013, 03:15:59 AM
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Yep both making their own chips for new machines Smiley

I hope their hand job can catching up with the demand.....
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July 20, 2013, 04:15:09 AM
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 Huh Huh Huh

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July 20, 2013, 04:21:16 AM
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Huh Huh Huh
Anything unclear?
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July 20, 2013, 07:02:59 AM
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Sucks for TSMC then! Tongue

Good to know that ActM isn't getting much competition from there, since it uses Global Foundries and Fujitsu! Grin
http://www.easic.com/migration-to-cell-based-asic/easic-ecosystem/
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July 20, 2013, 10:55:14 AM
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Sucks for TSMC then! Tongue

Good to know that ActM isn't getting much competition from there, since it uses Global Foundries and Fujitsu! Grin
http://www.easic.com/migration-to-cell-based-asic/easic-ecosystem/
Only see eAsic using 45nm for its own product.where have you seen it has 28nm infrastructure ?
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July 20, 2013, 11:00:54 AM
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From what I know TSMC's yield on 28nm is an industry high, i the supply remains low, I guess it is the demand is far more than what their foundries can produce.   It takes a long time to be able to ramp up production on such wafer plants.
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July 20, 2013, 11:07:21 AM
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Smells like lulz Grin
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July 20, 2013, 11:11:52 AM
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From what I know TSMC's yield on 28nm is an industry high, i the supply remains low, I guess it is the demand is far more than what their foundries can produce.   It takes a long time to be able to ramp up production on such wafer plants.
Those Lucky investors will be burned like real cat on the pan.
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July 20, 2013, 11:20:17 AM
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From what I know TSMC's yield on 28nm is an industry high, i the supply remains low, I guess it is the demand is far more than what their foundries can produce.   It takes a long time to be able to ramp up production on such wafer plants.
Those Lucky investors will be burned like real cat on the pan.

Wow. Posting a 5 months old article here and trying to scare people away from investing so you can get more out of it? Geez, sometimes I feel like this forum is worse than Kindergarten...

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July 20, 2013, 11:22:50 AM
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From what I know TSMC's yield on 28nm is an industry high, i the supply remains low, I guess it is the demand is far more than what their foundries can produce.   It takes a long time to be able to ramp up production on such wafer plants.
Those Lucky investors will be burned like real cat on the pan.

Wow. Posting a 5 months old article here and trying to scare people away from investing so you can get more out of it? Geez, sometimes I feel like this forum is worse than Kindergarten...
damn it! You're ruining all the fun  Roll Eyes
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July 20, 2013, 11:26:20 AM
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From what I know TSMC's yield on 28nm is an industry high, i the supply remains low, I guess it is the demand is far more than what their foundries can produce.   It takes a long time to be able to ramp up production on such wafer plants.
Those Lucky investors will be burned like real cat on the pan.

Wow. Posting a 5 months old article here and trying to scare people away from investing so you can get more out of it? Geez, sometimes I feel like this forum is worse than Kindergarten...
You assuming that situation is changed ,so just let it be. I won't invest any of my BTC related with this 28nm conceptual product. However ,go google it or write a email to ask those very few companies have 28nm process facilities. Semiconductor industrial isn't like other manufacture,the cost of producing new 28nm product is far beyond those small ASICs mining companies' affordability.
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July 20, 2013, 11:31:59 AM
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From what I know TSMC's yield on 28nm is an industry high, i the supply remains low, I guess it is the demand is far more than what their foundries can produce.   It takes a long time to be able to ramp up production on such wafer plants.
Those Lucky investors will be burned like real cat on the pan.

Wow. Posting a 5 months old article here and trying to scare people away from investing so you can get more out of it? Geez, sometimes I feel like this forum is worse than Kindergarten...
when I am free ,I can google out more evidences for you.
Please,Be realistic .
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July 20, 2013, 11:37:06 AM
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From what I know TSMC's yield on 28nm is an industry high, i the supply remains low, I guess it is the demand is far more than what their foundries can produce.   It takes a long time to be able to ramp up production on such wafer plants.
Those Lucky investors will be burned like real cat on the pan.

Wow. Posting a 5 months old article here and trying to scare people away from investing so you can get more out of it? Geez, sometimes I feel like this forum is worse than Kindergarten...
You assuming that situation is changed ,so just let it be. I won't invest any of my BTC related with this 28nm conceptual product. However ,go google it or write a email to ask those very few companies have 28nm process facilities. Semiconductor industrial isn't like other manufacture,the cost of producing new 28nm product is far beyond those small ASICs mining companies' affordability.
Affordability? Are you kidding me? They have more than 4 million in preorder money... "small" does not mean they can't afford it. Google is/was a "small" company and look at their revenues before even going for the stockmarket...

Also: Doubleposting? Really? Why Edit if you can make your postcount rise...

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July 20, 2013, 11:38:47 AM
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So do you think 4 millions is something?  Huh

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July 20, 2013, 11:40:02 AM
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So do you think 4 millions is something?  Huh

It's enough. They stated it before somewhere, dunno where exactly. But if you look at the pricing for 28nm 2,8 million is the minimum you should have...

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July 20, 2013, 11:46:04 AM
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So do you think 4 millions is something?  ?? Grin?
28nm process production line is something worth more than billion dollar .
Orders from those GPU and mobile devices is a incredible amount.

There are only few companies in the world have the infrastructure to producing it.
U think that compare those giant companies with ASICs mining companies who will get served?

4 millions isn't attractive amount for them, this what I considered .
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