AMD explains High-Bandwidth-Memory

Published: 19th May 2015, 11:16 GMT

Here’s something you might find interesting. The NDA ends soon, surprisingly I wasn’t invited to the party :)

In these slides AMD explains the benefits of new HBM technology, smaller area, better power efficiency and of course much higher bandwidth. The ‘Fiji’ will most likely launch with 4 stacks around the die. The clock speed is reported at 500 MHz.

TECH TIMELINE -HBM FIRST HBM PICTURE

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