SK Hynix Develops Faster HBM2E But Who Will Use It?


SK Hynix HBM2E

SK Hynix are pushing the memory boundaries and with HBM2E they’re getting even faster. But with AMD seemingly ending their affiliation with HBM2 recently, the question is, who’s going to use it?

According to SK Hynix specs, the HBM2E can hit over 460GB per second bandwidth. The 16GB chips consist of eight 16 gigabit chips vertically stacked. The chips are being targeted at high-end GPU, supercomputers, machine learning, and artificial intelligence systems.

We might not see it in consumer products but they will be used somewhere.

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