Samsung celebrates the first shipment of 3nm Gate-All-Around chips

25 July 2022
The GAA design is smaller and more efficient than the current FinFET chips.

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Good news. Hopefully Samsung's SoC division will gets a heads up, and by the end of next year, we see some great Damsung silicon. Exynos needs design and improvements, and this should benefit it immensely.

    they will make these 3nm chips for their next s23 ultra exynos or their version of snapdragon which produces heat like an iron. i could make a grilled cheese with that.

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      • Miguel
      • Sq$
      • 25 Jul 2022

      Please use exynos with S23 galaxy, with new architecture is going to improve a lot

        Smaller here smaller there.
        In 50 or 100 years we will have Yocto size and it will greatly overheats duue to tiny sizes but big heating problems.

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          • Anonymous
          • IbG
          • 25 Jul 2022

          3nm isn't really the same with TSMC and Samsung. That goes for basically all other fabs.

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            • Nue
            • 25 Jul 2022

            Hope Samsung make it right this time

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              • Anonymous
              • Q%m
              • 25 Jul 2022

              Hopefully they're better than their 4nm process, just to be at least back in being competitive again.

                ahhh. more heat. More throttling.

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                  • Anonymous
                  • 3@C
                  • 25 Jul 2022

                  Duck me tinder Samsung, duck me tinder

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                    • Anonymous
                    • x0k
                    • 25 Jul 2022

                    Sounds too good to be true. What are the downsides?