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Samsung has unveiled new GDDR6 DRAM chips that it claims are the first with a data transfer rate of 24Gbps per pin, chiefly aimed at increased performance for upcoming high-end graphics cards and GPU accelerators. The Korean giant said it has begun sampling the chips with a capacity of 16Gb, and plans to commercialize these in …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge

    24Gbps per pin


    When will it stop ?

    Honestly. We've been fed incredible increases for over five decades now. Yes, the acceleration has slowed, but it hasn't stopped.

    One day, we're going to have to hit the limits of physics.

    When ?

  2. binary
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    Samsung rubbish

    If my failed Samsung refrigerator and, vertical lines on my 65" Samsung TV, are any indication of Samsung quality, please keep your 24Gbps GDDR6. They probably are as unreliable as the rest of your products. Give them to China

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