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AMD Won’t Launch a Chiplet-Based APU on Ryzen Matisse

AMD Won’t Launch a Chiplet-Based APU on Ryzen Matisse

AMD won't be bringing any chiplet graphics to market with its Matisse Ryzen 3 CPU. So what's that extra bit of die space for, hrm? The post AMD Won’t Launch a Chiplet-Based APU on Ryzen Matisse
With GDDR6 Memory Production Scaling Up, New GPUs Won’t Be Far Behind

With GDDR6 Memory Production Scaling Up, New GPUs Won’t Be Far Behind

SK Hynix expects to ramp up GDDR6 volume production in the near future -- and they ain't ramping up production without customers to sell it to. The post With GDDR6 Memory Production Scaling Up, New
Samsung Now Producing 16Gbit GDDR6 for Upcoming GPUs

Samsung Now Producing 16Gbit GDDR6 for Upcoming GPUs

Samsung is ramping up production of GDDR6 with an 18Gbit clock and a new process node. The post Samsung Now Producing 16Gbit GDDR6 for Upcoming GPUs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Samsung Introduces 16Gbps GDDR6 Memory, 2GB Capacities

Samsung Introduces 16Gbps GDDR6 Memory, 2GB Capacities

Samsung has announced new records for GDDR6 speeds and capacities--16Gbps per channel and 16Gb ICs. Building higher-bandwidth cards with fewer chips is a win for all involved. The post Samsung
AMD Confirms RX Vega Won’t Support 3-Way, 4-Way, Crossfire Configurations

AMD Confirms RX Vega Won’t Support 3-Way, 4-Way, Crossfire Configurations

AMD has taken a page from Nvidia's book and declared it will no longer support three-and-four-way Crossfire configurations. Given how few people use that many GPUs, it's probably for the best. The
Micron Releases Update on GDDR5X, GDDR6 Roadmaps, Production

Micron Releases Update on GDDR5X, GDDR6 Roadmaps, Production

Micron sees a future for GDDR5X and GDDR6 well into 2018, as the new memory standard ramps up and existing VRAM hits higher bandwidth levels. The post Micron Releases Update on GDDR5X, GDDR6