NVIDIA's Breakthrough in Computational Lithography to Accelerate Next-Gen Chip Design For ASML, TSMC

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    So in a extremely short and surely wrong summary, ASML made nvidia which helps ASML make better nvidia. (and amd)
     
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    What amazes me is that we landed on the moon, and came back, with the processing power of a calculator from the 60's. Now computing is taken for granted and trusted to fly your airliner, drive your car and let you waste your life away playing video games. Ain't science great?
     
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    Thank you science :D
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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    You can say what you want, but Nvidia is here to stay.
     
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    Doesn't it seem to you that whatever effort amd is making to advance mcm's involvement in the process of making gpus, nvidia is doing twice as much to still squeeze everything out of single die design ? Using their own R&D resources to make their contractor's make their products even better is not something I saw coming. Though I don't think there is a mention of amd gpus not being able to take advantage of this, so ultimately I think it'll benefit everyone in the business.
     
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    If i remember right, TSMC said EPYC was helping them also for production. Don't ask me how or why and it's different than cuLITHO but well, computer refining design of the next computer is always great until they don't need you anymore ^^'
     

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