AMD's new Polaris chip might have just been caught on the Zauba import/export table, if we can truly believe what other sources have decoded while reading these manifests.
The price of per unit of this particualr "printed circuit board assembly for personal computer(video/ video card)" is such that it lines up with other AMD shipments in the past. It also indicate that the bigger Polaris die which we were able to see at CES, might be well into production. That's good news for us enthusiasts.
But then again, decoding the serial numbers and the entire manifest is very difficult, and even though some might claim that they know that these particular shipments are indeed for AMD and are a chip with a particular architecture, we don't actually know. But it is exciting that at least production appears to be marching on as you read this. Just don't forget the tablespoon of salt. And yeah, it's okay to be excited too. I know I am.
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