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Old 03-06-18, 04:56 PM
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Micron pushes GDDR6 memory I/O to 20Gbps speeds

This doesn't mean that early GDDR6 memory will overclock to 20Gbps speeds.



Read more about Micron pushing their GDDR6 memory I/O to 20Gbps.

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Old 03-06-18, 05:36 PM
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Well it probably won't change performance much. If anything Vega will see the most benefit as it's memory starved apparently
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I'm thinking that the xx80 will get 16Gbps memory and the next Titan and xx80 Ti will get the faster 20Gbps memory.
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I doubt we will see 20Gbps anytime this year in the consumer market.
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I'm thinking that the xx80 will get 16Gbps memory and the next Titan and xx80 Ti will get the faster 20Gbps memory.
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I doubt we will see 20Gbps anytime this year in the consumer market.
To be 100% clear, 20Gbps is what the interface is capable of, not the memory itself (at least right now).
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I know I was just replying to Dice
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