Enthusiasts have been waiting for SK Hynix to roll out the Graphics Double Data Rate 6 (GDDR6) and now, the manufacturing company has made it available. This gives us a clear idea of what Intel and AMD might be thinking about their next-gen graphics cards. You shouldn’t be expecting the 16 Gb / 18 Gbps chips as we have already covered the Samsung’s lead in this aspect. However, SK Hynix will be offering the 8 Gb / 14 Gbps memory.

SKHYNIX GDDR6 SK Hynix Graphics Double Data Rate 6 (or GDDR6) out now! Intel and AMD might include it in their upcoming graphics chips!

Why is SK Hynix Still Ahead of Samsung?

It’s because NVIDIA or AMD would be using the same memory configuration and that is 8 Gb/14 Gbps. This makes Samsung stand out in both positive and negative ways as it is advertising its 16Gb/18Gbps modules with a bandwidth up to 768 Gb/s.

Samsung 16Gb GDDR6 SK Hynix Graphics Double Data Rate 6 (or GDDR6) out now! Intel and AMD might include it in their upcoming graphics chips!

SK Hynix’ 8 Gb 16 Gbps module was first announced at the GTC2017, so there isn’t something new in it except a delay in its production!

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