Micron releases GDDR6X video memory

Bandwidth up to 1TB/s, RTX 30 series first to carry

Micron today released the world’s fastest GDDR6X video memory solution, increasing the bandwidth to 1 TB/s for the first time, and NVIDIA GeForce RTX3090 and GeForce RTX 3080 debuted.

According to Micron’s data, from 2007 to 2020, it has experienced the development of GDDR5 video memory to GDDR6X video memory, the speed has developed from 8Gb/s to the current 21Gb/s, and the system bandwidth has also increased from 0.4TB/s to nearly 1TB/s.

According to Tom Eby, Micron’s senior vice president and general manager of the Computer and Networking Division, GDDR6X breaks the traditional bandwidth limit and has created record-breaking speeds. Unlike traditional video memory, GDDR6X has an unparalleled data rate that can keep up with the pace of game innovation and data processing applications, setting a new standard for video memory.

Naijatechnews learned thatThe GeForce RTX 3090 model is equipped with GA102-300 GPU, has 10496 CUDA cores, is equipped with 24GB GDDR6X video memory, 384bit wide, and has a bandwidth of 936 GB/s .

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