Samsung Invents World’s Fastest Memory Technology GDDR5

3 December 2007 By Shashank

Samsung breaks its own record of GDDR4 by creating world’s fastest Graphics double data rate memory chip which has the data transfer speeds of upto whooping 6 Gbps and is by far the fastest graphics rendering chip available. The new GDDR5 memory chips are around 3 times faster than the GDDR3 memories present in game consoles today.

There is vast improvement in GDDR5 in terms of power consumption and speed , the new GDDR5( Graphics double data rate) memory operates at 1.5 volts, representing an approximate 20% improvement when compared to GDDR3.

“We’re pushing image enhancement to a limit never before realized, enabling the smoothest, clearest animation that gamers have yet to experience,” said Mueez Deen, Marketing Director, Graphics Memory, Samsung Semiconductor. “Samsung’s 512 Mb GDDR5 will enable the kind of graphics hardware performance that will spur software developers to deliver a new level of eye-popping games.”

The new GDDR5 chips have already been sent to major graphics card manufacturers and the mass production of the world’s fastest memory chips is expected in the middle of 2008.

A new world of reality and special effects awaits the gaming industry once these high performing chips starts pouring in mass markets by 2010.

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ReviewSaurus says:

6 GBPS! holy sh*T! Well, I wonder what games, 3d graphics will become in coming future! Anyway, I expect speed like that in one more deaprtment…that’s the speed of my internet connection 😀

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