28 nm and 40 nm graphics chips

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Are 28 NM graphics chips are better than 40 NM chips?

If they are then how? And how the chips work?

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28 nm and 40 nm graphics chips

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28nm chips are definitely better performing than 40nm chips. 28nm ones are available in the higher end graphics, and are made using the latest technology in specialized production centers.
 
The main feature to be highlighted is performance/watt or power consumption. The 28nm model has lower power consumption, hence greater battery life and lower heat generation compared to the 40nm graphics.
 
There is almost 10 – 20 % increase in the performance in the 28nm when compared to 40nm.
 
The advancement in technology the 28nm Kepler is manufactured using a High performance process, using the most advanced 28nm process and HKMG technology. This technical advancement in the manufacturing is the factor that makes 28nm more power efficient that 40nm.
 
28nm chips are definitely better performing than 40nm chips

 

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28 nm and 40 nm graphics chips

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A Graphic card or chip is used to display graphics and videos in modern games and advanced applications. This is commonly known as a video card that is plugged or built into the motherboard. Computer game enthusiasts would like to pick chips that have high speed and exceptional efficiency.
 
Smaller chips use less power and process faster. Hence, NVIDIA and Advance Micro Devices (AMD) rolled out the 28 NM process technology. This new generation graphic chip performs twice faster and with lower power usage than the previous 40 NM chip. 28 NM renders 45% boost over the 40 NM process. 
 
NVIDIA claims that their GeForce GTX 680 (previously known as Kepler Chips) is the first to use a 28 NM process technology. AMD also announced their first 28 NM graphic cards known as AMD Radeon HD 7970. These graphic cards are now integrated with desktop, notebook and mobile designs.
 
GeForce GTX 680 AMD Radeon HD 7970

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