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nVIDIA First to use TSMC 50nm Process - PCstats.com nVIDIA First to use TSMC 50nm Process
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Looks like the PS3 is a difficult platform to support. nVIDIA will be the first to use TSMC's 55nm manufacturing process. Samsung thinks that DRAM and NAND memory prices will go up in the second half of 2007.

The overall memory market which includes DRAM and NAND flash should head towards more positive prospects in the second half of 2007 with DRAM demand expected to warm up while NAND flash shortages are about to arrive in the mentioned time frame, said Samsung Electronics' semiconductor business president Chang-Gyu Hwang at a recent mobile solution forum in Taiwan.

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