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Upcoming Nvidia GTX 1080 pictured, may not use HBM2

Upcoming Nvidia GTX 1080 pictured, may not use HBM2 It’s no secret that AMD and Nvidia are planning to launch new GPUs in the next few months, but there are still questions about configurations and technology.Initially, we expected these new cards to use the HBM2 memory standard, but the persistent rumor has been that AMD’s upcoming Polaris would be GDDR5 based.

Micron confirms GDDR5X now in mass production

Micron confirms GDDR5X now in mass production This announcement might seem a bit anticlimactic now that Nvidia has already stated that the GeForce GTX 1080 will use GDDR5X RAM, but Micron has announced that GDDR5X is now in mainstream production, months ahead of its originally expected schedule.One interesting thing about the GTX 1080 is that the RAM it uses is at the lower-end of the memory Micron said it could ship.

AMD announces Radeon Pro SSG: A GPU with 1TB of SSD storage attached

AMD announces Radeon Pro SSG: A GPU with 1TB of SSD storage attached Going forward, the FirePro lineup is being retired altogether in favor of new, Radeon Pro branding.The interesting card, however, is the Radeon Pro SSG, a new Radeon Pro GPU with integrated M.

SK Hynix adds HBM2 to its product stack, plans Q3 availability

SK Hynix adds HBM2 to its product stack, plans Q3 availability A recent update from SK Hynix makes it clear that HBM2 is tiptoeing towards launch, with availability expected as soon as Q3 of this year.According to its catalog, SK Hynix will offer a 4GB stack of HBM2 at both 1.

Intel launches Stratix 10: Altera FPGA combined with ARM CPU, 14nm manufacturing

Intel launches Stratix 10: Altera FPGA combined with ARM CPU, 14nm manufacturing When Intel bought Altera last year, there was speculation on how we’d see future FPGA products fit within Intel’s existing product lines.The new Stratix 10 family does contain a microprocessor — but it’s an ARM-based design, not an Intel chip.

New PC industry consortium to develop next-gen memory interconnect

New PC industry consortium to develop next-gen memory interconnect The entire computing industry has a memory problem, and a new consortium of industry partners, dubbed Gen-Z, hopes to solve it.What’s needed is a new memory interface that can tie these various components together, and that’s where Gen-Z comes in.