He posted the slide from AMD stating it cost twice as much for 7nm.... So he used simple math to show that it comes out similar. It wasn't intended to be an exact #, just show that it's not 1/2 the price like gamer x keeps stating but closer to 1:1 based on factual data from AMD, not pure conjecture, hopes and dreams. Obviously unless TSMC or AMD releases the #'s, we can only guess, but that doesn't mean we can't call out blatantly false statements presented as fact using logic and data.Your own personal math is not proof, I mean specifically something from AMD or TSMC?
He keeps changing the subject and skirting the responses while blaming others for doing the same... Hypocritical, ignores facts, and uses the term "fact" when he's using pure conjecture and guesswork (flawed at best). Seriously, if this is what you support, then you are no better. AMD has made great gains, I own all AMD gpus right now (in all 4 of my desktops + 1 laptop), so I'm not some Nvidia fanboy, but I'm not an AMD fan boy either. AMD had a price/performance i could live with at the time. That doesn't make them magic and defy laws of physics.