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I'd like to point out that APUs are in fact not "the only parts still stuck on the 12nm process".

Despite releasing 3rd generation Threadripper, AMD has stated it will continue to manufacture and sell the previous 2nd generation Threadripper parts for budget-conscious customers requiring lots of I/O.

This allows AMD to have HEDT offerings competing with Intel's now sub-$1k parts.
 

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I'd like to point out that APUs are in fact not "the only parts still stuck on the 12nm process".

Despite releasing 3rd generation Threadripper, AMD has stated it will continue to manufacture and sell the previous 2nd generation Threadripper parts for budget-conscious customers requiring lots of I/O.

This allows AMD to have HEDT offerings competing with Intel's now sub-$1k parts.
I don't see anything wrong with that statement. Their latest mainstream CPUs are 7nm, their latest HEDT CPUs are 7nm, their latest GPUs are 7nm. APUs are the only products not yet available on 7nm.
 

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