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SK Hynix Presents HBM3 DRAM


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SK hynix's HBM3 uses over 8,000 TSVs per stack (i.e. over 100,000 TSVs in a 12-Hi stack) and can feature up to 12-Hi stack, which is an upgrade from the previous HBM2E's 8-Hi stack. When fully stacked, it can offer up to 24 GB of capacity. With a 16-channel architecture, it runs at 6.4 Gbps, which is double that of HBM2E.

 

HBM has become a prerequisite for the Levels 4 and 5 of driving automation when it comes to autonomous vehicles, a topic that has garnered a great deal of attention nowadays. Also, HBM3 is expected to play an even bigger role along with the growth of High Performance Computing (HPC), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) markets fueled by the acceleration of digital transformation.

SK Hynix Presents HBM3 DRAM (guru3d.com)

 

 

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19 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

 

24GB of this would look good on one of my future GPUs... 🤫

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24GB of this would look good on one of my future GPUs... 🤫

But the cost! Wallets all round the world will be crying.

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2 minutes ago, ENTERPRISE said:

But the cost! Wallets all round the world will be crying.

 

...nothing wrong with 'dreaming in technicolor' 👀

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