Coming in capacities of 8Gb and 16Gb
Following the recent announcement that it has started mass production of 16Gb 18Gbps GDDR6 memory modules, Samsung has now revealed a few more details about its full GDDR6 lineup.
8Gb (1GB) chips ranging from 10Gbps to 14Gbps
SK Hynix has updated its product lineup listing its own GDDR6 chips as available so hopefully, some it is a big possibility that these will be included in the future graphics cards.
Based on 10nm-class manufacturing process
Samsung has announced that it has started mass production of 16Gb GDDR6 memory chips, offering twice the speed and density levels compared to currently available GDDR5 memory chips.
Running at 16Gbps
Inside Samsung's bragging announcement that it managed to sweep a total of 36 CES 2018 innovation awards is the announcement of its "fastest and lowest power DRAM", a 16Gb GDDR6 memory running at 16Gbps.
Too early for this memory
Volta is out for artificial intelligence, machine learning applications and it will be shipping in DGX 1 systems, mainly for deep learning and AI. The next Geforce will be a completely separate chip.
Coming in early 2018
SK Hynix has announced its GDDR6 DRAM chips, advertising them as "the world's fastest" 2x nm 8Gb GDDR6 DRAM on the market.
Updatad: The next generation
Micron has promised to launch a new kind of memory that is twice the speed of mainstreams GDDR5 . This will be released during 2016 and will be company's answer to HBM.
Exclusive: Highest end are HBM 2.0, GDDR6, GDDR5X
AMD over-hyped the new High Bandwidth Memory standard and now the second generation HBM 2.0 is coming in 2016. However it looks like most of GPUs shipped in this year will still rely on the older GDDR5.