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Reasons for delays in the release of AMD Hammer and Barton chips

On Friday, we already reported unpleasant news for the pending release of AMD ClawHammer processors about the postponement of the date of mass appearance of these chips to the first quarter of 2021, as well as the delay in the release of chips with the Barton core (see. AMD: more delays with the release of Hammer and Barton processors). I think it would also be appropriate to give the reasons for the announced delays.

Some data was provided by AMD itself, some have already been conjectured on the basis of what is available by the journalists themselves. So, the AMD Zone website, citing internal sources at AMD, gives the reasons for the current delays:

  • The Hammer processor core needs additional redesign, since the current layout will not allow chips with sufficient clock speeds at the time of release. An additional metallization layer will be required, similar to the one used in the Thoroughbred-B version, and all this will require additional time investment.
  • SOI process is not stable enough as previously expected. The yield of usable products from the plates is very low. Now even IBM is having problems with SOI, but unlike AMD, IBM can compensate for the low yield of high-end Power4 chips with high selling prices. According to preliminary data, AMD already has an alternative plan for the release of chips without the use of SOI, in case SOI does not meet expectations.
  • Hammer’s integrated memory controller is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the use of such an integrated controller will increase the performance of the chip by 10-20% compared to a traditional CPU without it. On the other hand, integrating the memory controller into the chip makes it less scalable and makes it harder to raise clock speeds later. The new kernel revision is intended to address this and other issues seen in current Hammer processor samples.
  • In any case, Hammer chips won’t get enough adoption until mid-Q2 2021. If there really is a need to use a non-SOI version of the workflow, the delay could be even longer, up to the end of the second quarter.

    The reasons for the delay in the release of the chip with the Barton core, according to Extremetech with a reference to a letter from AMD representatives, are related to the fact that this will allow the company to present the Athlon XP version with 333 MHz FSB without hindrance.

    According to analysts from Prudential Securities, full-featured revisions B of the Hammer chip are already being produced in small quantities, their mass release will be established in 12-13 weeks, that is, in a quarter.

    When I was compiling “August IT” I got the idea that the current delays in the release of new Athlon XP chips are somehow connected with the agreement on the release of chips, concluded between AMD and UMC at the beginning of the year. Now many sites are already exaggerating the version that the delays in the release of new Athlon XP chips, including those with the Barton core, are associated with the prolonged debugging of the 0.13 micron technical process at UMC factories. Of course, everything is still at the level of rumors, especially since it raises serious doubts about the assertion that AMD will transfer the release of Barton chips to UMC. The volume of reliable information on this topic is still practically zero.

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