Yesterday we heard about the mass production of Samsung's 16Gb (2GB) 18Gbps GDDR6 memory chips. Now we learn that SK Hynix is listing its 8Gb GDDR6 memory chips as available in its latest product catalog update.
TechPowerUp noticed the firm is offering 8Gb (1GB) GDDR6 memory chips in four different versions.
The fastest ones achieve 14Gbps at 1.35V, followed up by a 12Gbps version that needs 1.25V. Then there are also less efficient models, including a 12Gbps chip that requires 1.35V and a 10Gbps one that needs 1.25V.
For comparison, the new Samsung 16Gb (2GB) GDDR6 chips do 18Gbps at 1.35V. The first GDDR6 video cards are expected later this year.