It's not clickbait. Going Samsung was Nvidia's dumbest decision. It's worse than Fermi. Nuff said. TSMC could have handled Ampere easily enough. They've had no issues really with supplying plenty of 7nm wafers to AMD. Nvidia used Samsung to try and get TSMC to cut them a cheap deal, but TSMC had plenty of "work" so refused. Which backfired on Nvidia, who were then stuck with Samsung. It's just a simple case of Nvidia once again pissing off people they deal with. Like that time they pissed off Intel, so Intel refused to license them any more sockets which killed Nforce stone dead.