Samsung Announces High-Speed HBM2 Breakthrough, Codenamed Aquabolt

Samsung has found a way to turn up the speed on HBM2 dramatically without needing a voltage increase. Could this be the turning point for the standard?

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Nvidia unveils Quadro cards powered by full GP100 Pascal GPUs, HBM2

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Nvidia’s new high-end Quadro card is its first workstation GPU based on HBM2, offers 66% more memory bandwidth than last summer’s P6000.

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Upcoming Nvidia GTX 1080 pictured, may not use HBM2

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Nvidia’s new Pascal-based GeForce cards may use GDDR5 instead of HBM2 — but we don’t expect that to prevent them from offering dramatically improved performance-per-watt.

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SK Hynix highlights the huge size advantage of HBM over GDDR5 memory

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SK Hynix displayed its next-generation HBM2 memory chips at GTC 2016 last week. The space savings and density improvements over GDDR5 and HBM are quite significant.

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Samsung announces mass production of next-generation HBM2 memory

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Samsung announced today that its next-generation HBM2 memory is in mass production. 4GB stacks are available now, with 8GB expected by the end of the year.

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