Samsung was the first to unveil their new 16Gb GDDR6 chips that offer up to a blistering 18Gbps of bandwidth, with SK Hynix joining the fray with its announcement of 8Gbps GDDR6.
SK Hynix will differ from Samsung's upcoming GDDR6 with only up to 14Gbps of bandwidth, compared to the maximum 18Gbps on offer from Samsung. Still, 14Gbps offers up to a huge 768GB/sec of memory bandwidth given a 384-bit memory bus, which sounds suspiciously like what we'd find on a next-gen TITAN X from NVIDIA.
Last updated: Jun 16, 2020 at 04:29 pm CDT
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