So how does 36Gbps GDDR7 DRAM sound? Samsung mentions it already.

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Kaarme Ancient Guru

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    Nvidia and AMD will love the faster VRAM because it allows them to decrease the bus width. Soon mainstream will sport 64-bit bus and enthusiast cards 128 bits.
     
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    I mean in such speed it might be time for 48bit mainstream and 96bit enthusiast !
     
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    But imagine 384bit or 512bit bus with gddr7?

    We will run 8k in no time. :D
     
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    and they will say that newest VRAM costs rises the gpu prices more :V
     
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    mohiuddin Master Guru

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    Yeah. Lol. I feel like recent advancements in technologies are just serving these big companies and their share holders' endless greed
     
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    This memory on a 256 bit bus will give us 2.3 TB/s. Completely insane.
    But as most have said it, this will just mean that AMD, Intel and nvidia will go down to smaller buses.
     
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    remember how 1070/ti still had 8gbps ?
     
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    Indeed, will be killer for high res !
     
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    Maybe Nvidia should of waited and used gddr7 on the 4XXX cards. Then they might of been interesting but no they give us DLSS 3.0 instead. :(
     
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    LOL, Samsung started mass producing 18Gbps GDDR6 since Jan 2018, we only see card with 18gbps gddr6 in 2022 (6950XT).

    Now samsung has only showcased Gddr7, it would probably take 5 years to see Gddr7 equipped cards.
     
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    oh well i thought i read that gddr7 would go into mass production in early 2023. Maybe i read it wrong.
     
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    Sounds... expensive?
     
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    Like everything this days.
     
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