Rumors began to circulate that AMD would make the chip production to Samsung.
Samsung and AMD are working closely to develop Exynos chipsets alongside AMD RDNA GPUs, but according to new reports, the partnership could go up a notch. According to an unofficial report from South Korean tech forum Clien, AMD is looking to increase its CPU and APU production volumes by 50%, but its current supplier, TSMC, cannot handle these orders.
Samsun’s semiconductor division is currently trying to optimize the 3nm process for mass production. AMD also plans to switch to lower nm production for CPU and APU production. Although it is not certain whether the company will use Samsung 3nm production, it is a fact that it has problems with the chip supply. Considering that Samsung recently announced a $ 10 billion chip manufacturing facility in Texas, we can think that AMD may be among the US customers.