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AMD Fiji GPU will feature High Bandwidth Memory

AMD Fiji Presentation During 'Hot-Chips' in August

AMD Fiji Presentation During 'Hot-Chips' in August

AMD Fiji GPU will feature High Bandwidth Memory

 

AMD is planning a presentation of their next generation GPUs during the Hot-Chips Conference in Cupertino, California. Whether it'll be the official reveal of their upcoming 'Fiji GPUs', or a post-launch presentation is unknown at the time of writing. The Fiji GPUs will succeed the current generations of AMD graphics cards, the Rx 200-series. The most interesting thing, though: the presentation's title.

 

AMD Fiji GPU will feature High Bandwidth Memory

 

 

The title of the presentation read: 'Fiji, The World's First Graphics Processor With 2.5D High Bandwidth Memory'. Rumours already suggested that the Fiji GPU would use this High Bandwidth Memory (HBM), but an official confirmation was lacking. Until now that is. The title has since been changed to 'AMD’s next Generation GPU and Memory Architecture', which suggests the public wasn't meant to know about the HBM quite yet.

 AMD Fiji GPU will feature High Bandwidth Memory

 

As for the Hot-Chips Presentation: it will probably focus on architectural improvements over the previous generation of AMD GPUs, along with benefits from the new memory technology.

The Hot-Chips Symposium will take place from the 23rd until the 25th of August this year. AMD's presentation will be held on the 25th of August. Are you excited for AMD's Fiji GPUs? Let us know.

 

Join the discussion on the Fiji GPU with 2.5D High Bandwidth Memory on the OC3D Forums.

 


 

AMD's upcoming Fiji GPU will feature 2.5D High Bandwidth Memory. AMD is planning a presentation during the 'Hot-Chips'...

Posted by OC3D on Saturday, 2 May 2015
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02-05-2015, 07:31:37

KnightNight
Notice how it says worlds first and not worlds fastest?




Interesting...Quote

02-05-2015, 07:41:34

barnsley
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Interesting...
Not really considering its a about the memory itself and not the performance of the gpu. As it is the first, its technically the fastest Quote

02-05-2015, 13:20:36

Moonchild
An apu with hbm and some descent architecture improvements would rock so hard, especially on a laptopQuote

02-05-2015, 20:43:21

Fetzie
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Originally Posted by KnightNight View Post
Notice how it says worlds first and not worlds fastest?




Interesting...
The two are not mutually exclusive.Quote

02-05-2015, 23:41:48

NeverBackDown
We already knew it was going to use HBM memory. It was confirmed back in Feb by AMD engineers. 2 engineers in fact.

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Not really considering its a about the memory itself and not the performance of the gpu. As it is the first, its technically the fastest
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