Micron's GDDR6 Memory Debuts In Nvidia's GeForce RTX GPUs

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They were probably wanting more stability and better longevity over the Samsung "higher clocked" product. Micron memory is well known for it's durability and compatibility. It's products might not always be bleeding edge, but they almost always "just work" the way they should.
 


As was I, but I'd be willing to bet it was question on whether or not Samsung could deliver on the demand required. Samsung is heavily diversified in providing NAND memory for smart phones and SSDs right now. So much so in fact that they are building a third memory plant after just finishing a second one two years ago (both of the new ones can switch between DRAM and NAND memory fabrication quickly based on demand). Also keep in mind Samsung, unlike Micron, is a heavily market diversified company that sells appliances, TVs and PC monitors (and LCD panels for other monitor brands), and smart phones and tablets. Micron, while a smaller company in regards to memory fabrication over Samsung, only makes memory.
 
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This is just amazing, Micron’s upcoming 8Gb 12 Gbps and 14 Gbps GDDR6 memory chips both operate at 1.35V as opposed to GDDR5’s 1.5V.
 
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