AMD Radeon HD 4000 series uses GDDR5

Posted on Wednesday, May 21 2008 @ 16:03 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
HotHardware confirms AMD will use GDDR5 memory from Qimonda in its upcoming Radeon HD 4000-series graphics cards.
Just weeks away from the rumored public debut of AMD's new ATI Radeon 4000-series GPUs, AMD clues us in on a tantalizing tidbit about a key technology found in its next generation graphics cards. AMD's new lineup of graphics cards will not only use Graphics Double Data Rate 5 (GDDR5) memory, but AMD also claims that this will actually be "the first commercial implementation" of the technology.

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