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GDDR

Address the enormous demands of graphics processing with Micron’s GDDR5, GDDR5X and GDDR6 graphics memory products, offering high densities and high bandwidth. Their discrete design simplifies integration, making them an ideal solution for next-generation, high-performance graphics systems like graphics cards and game consoles, as well as networking, automotive and high-performance computing applications.

By Density

Density Product Name Width Voltage MT/s Package
8Gb GDDR6, GDDR5X, GDDR5 x32 1.35V, 1.5V 12 Gb/s, 13 Gb/s, 14 Gb/s, 11 Gb/s, 10 Gb/s, 6.0 Gb/s, 7.0 Gb/s, 8.0 Gb/s FBGA
4Gb GDDR5 x32 1.5V, 1.55V, 1.35V 6.0 Gb/s, 7.0 Gb/s, 5.0 Gb/s FBGA
2Gb GDDR5 x32 1.5V 6.0 Gb/s FBGA
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GDDR6

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Get higher densities, higher speed signaling and up to 2X the memory bandwidth of GDDR5. Because GDDR6 uses traditional discrete package technologies, it also extends the lifespan of your graphics card ecosystems, providing next-generation data rates on a reliable, proven graphics architecture.

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GDDR5X

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GDDR5X handles the enormous demands of graphics processing by offering higher densities and twice the memory bandwidth of its predecessor, GDDR5. It also extends the lifespan of the graphic card ecosystem by using traditional discrete package technologies, making it a compelling solution for next-generation, high-performance graphics systems.

Resources

Technical Brief
Discover how Micron® high-performance graphics memory addresses the high-bandwidth demands of networking today and tomorrow
  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 09/25/2017
Product Comparison
While technically under the DDR SDRAM umbrella, Graphics DRAM is in a category by itself. It is specifically designed to handle very large bandwidth requirements and, unlike standard DRAM, graphics DRAM is typically soldered down on the same PCB as the SoC and always supports...
  • Updated: 11/01/2017