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Next-gen GPUs could get a 44% memory boost with future HBM3 interface


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SK Hynix seems to have snuck out some of the specs for the next generation of high bandwidth memory, or HBM3. Still in development, it'll soon be ready to jam into HPC servers, as well as super high-end, next-gen graphics cards. And from the specification, it looks like the new memory interface could give a big boost compared to the current memory standard.

 

The info comes from an SK Hynix post about HBM2E (via NordicHardware), where a comparison graph shows the performance trends for the next big thing, HBM3 memory interfaces.

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