itwbennett writes: In the fierce battle between CPU and GPU vendors, it’s not just about speeds and feeds but also about process shrinks. Both Nvidia and AMD have had their move to 16nm and 20nm designs, respectively, hampered by the limited capacity of both nodes at manufacturer TSMC, according to the enthusiast site WCCFTech.com. While AMD’s CPUs are produced by GlobalFoundaries, its GPUs are made at TSMC, as are Nvidia’s chips. The problem is that TSMC only has so much capacity and Apple and Samsung have sucked up all that capacity. The only other manufacturer with 14nm capacity is Intel and there’s no way Intel will sell them some capacity. Read more of this story at Slashdot.