Samsung’s faster RAM is set to give AMD and Nvidia’s next-gen graphics cards a serious boost

Samsung has announced that its new GDDR6 RAM, which runs at a faster speed of 24 Gbps, is now ‘sampling’, meaning it is being tested and partnered.

In a press statement (opens in new tab), the company boasted that the new 24Gbps memory modules will be 30% faster than their predecessor, which was GDDR6 with a speed of 18Gbps. The new RAM can transfer 1.1 TB of data per second (and as Samsung states, 1.1 TB is the equivalent of 275 movies in Full HD resolution).


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