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NVIDIA Allowing Partners To Equip GTX 1080/1060s with Faster GDDR5X

At GDC NVIDIA has announced that they are changing the way their AIB partners are able to outfit their GTX 1080 and GTX 1060 6GB models when it comes to video memory. Partners will now be able to purchase 11 Gbps GDDR5X (up from 10 Gbps) and 9Gbps (up from 8 Gbps) GDDR5 memory from them, to pair with the GTX 1080 and GTX 1060 6 GB, respectively.

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Micron’s GDDR5X Memory Chip Pictured Up Close

The first up-close pictures of Micron's GDDR5X memory chips have been released. The photos reveal the 8-gigabit chips package number which is "6HA77Z9TXT-2N3Y" and the part number "MT58K256M32". The GeForce GTX 1080 is the first production graphics card to make use of this memory and Micron is the first to market with these chips.

NVIDIA Pascal GP104 GPU
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Photos Of NVIDIA Pascal GP104 GPU Leaked

Over the weekend a couple of photos of NVIDIA's upcoming GP104 Pascal GPU were leaked. There is a super close up version and a second photo showing the surrounding memory etc. Let's start with the close up photo, looking at it compared to NVIDIA's "performance" Maxwell chips it looks like GM104 will be smaller than both. Calculations put the size of the die at 317 mm2.

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Micron Begins Sampling GDDR5X Memory

Micron Technology has begun sampling its next-generation GDDR5X memory chips to customers. Micron is ready with chips in the 8 Gb (1 GB) and 16 Gb (2 GB) densities, making it possible for GPU makers to build graphics cards with 8 GB and 16 GB total onboard memory, respectively, over a 256-bit wide memory bus, by using just one chip per 32-bit channel.

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NVIDIA’s Next Graphics Card Series Will Be The GeForce X80 Series

According to a new rumor floating around it looks like NVIDIA will be changing up the naming for their upcoming GeForce graphics cards. Most of us expected the GeForce GTX 1000 series (that's what comes after 900, of course), but apparently that has too many digits. NVIDIA will instead call its next-generation high-end graphics card series the GeForce X80 series. This series will be based on the performance-segment "GP104" and high-end "GP100" chips. The GeForce X80 series will be made up of the GeForce X80 (performance), GeForce X80 Ti (high-end), and GeForce X80 Titan (enthusiast).

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