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Old 19th April 2006, 11:51   #1
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How AMD improved its yields at Fab 30

AMD STEALTH INTRODUCED a fab technology called MoTSTOF-NOW to increase production at Fab 30. If you recall, 30 was meant to have 20K wafer starts per month, and that went up to 25K in short order.

A few weeks ago, it announced that it hit 30K, and no one was expecting it, it was as close to exciting as an information-free call can get.
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does that mean the Europeans are getting the meanest 3 GHz plus XXL chips?
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