Next-generation DDR5 memory will double bandwidth compared with DDR4

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JEDEC is working on the new DDR5 memory standard (no relation to GDDR5) and expects it to double the bandwidth of DDR4.

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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.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/227122-upcoming-nvidia-gtx-1080-pictured-may-not-use-hbm2

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Nvidia may tap bandwidth-doubling GDDR5X for next-generation hardware

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Could Nvidia adopt a new, high-speed type of GDDR5 to give its midrange Pascal cards a boost? It’s possible — but probably unlikely.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/216187-nvidia-may-tap-bandwidth-doubling-gddr5x-for-next-generation-hardware

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