Perhaps if the writing errors weren't so prevalent here, I might have considered that Wayne was referring to something else. As it is, you can hardly blame us. BTW, it's a SoC, not (only) a CPU, +1 for misuse of "proof read" though.
This holdup on 40nm is hurting us all, I think. TSMC should be ashamed for scrapping their old 32nm plans, leaving nVidia (along with AMD and many other companies) stuck having to cope with 40nm but still being necessitated to keep pushing out newer and more powerful designs. 'course, I may be wrong: the limitations may be now pushing them to re-design to make more of less, which could pay off in the end: we'll have to see once this thing finally arrives.