The official unveiling at the IEEE conference is expected to provide more details on Samsung's GDDR7 memory.
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Samsung first reported on GDDR7 memory in 2022, designed for applications in GPUs, servers, and high-performance devices such as workstations and gaming consoles. This double data rate graphics memory (GDDR) has been designed to power artificial intelligence (AI) chips with impressive bandwidth, making it a crucial component for future high-performance AI semiconductors.
Samsung’s GDDR7 DRAM is shaping up to be the world’s fastest, and the company plans to officially introduce it at the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco next month.
The company plans to unveil it at the IEEE Conference
Specific details about this memory have been limited, but some reports suggest that Samsung’s GDDR7 DRAM boasts a record-breaking bandwidth of 1.5 TBps, marking a 40% increase compared to GDDR6. This memory is based on PAM3 and NRZ signaling to achieve data speeds of up to 37 Gbps per pin. Additionally, these new chips are reported to be 20% more energy-efficient than GDDR6 DRAM. Samsung is also developing a low-voltage version of this memory for use in laptops and similar devices.
Heat management has also been improved by using a new epoxy molding compound in the packaging, providing high thermal conductivity and reducing thermal resistance by up to 70%, offering greater stability even in high-performance applications.
After its introduction, it is anticipated that this memory will be integrated into GPUs and other products, with NVIDIA’s RTX 50 series being one of the potential candidates to incorporate Samsung’s latest GDDR7 DRAM.
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