Micron 24Gbps GDDR6X has been mass-produced

Micron has already started production of the new 16Gb GDDR6X for Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3090 Ti at 21 Gbps. At that time, Micron said that 21 Gbps is not the end point of the current 16Gb GDDR6X, and it plans to launch a GDDR6X module with a rate of 24 Gbps in the next step to prepare for applications that require massive data processing in the future.

At present, Micron has updated the information on its official website, showing that it has started mass production of GDDR6X with a rate of 24 Gbps, which is also a module with a capacity of 16 Gb. As Micron begins to prepare for NVIDIA’s GPU based on the Ada Lovelace architecture, it is rumored that GeForce RTX 4090/RTX 4080/RTX 4070 will use GDDR6X memory. Micron has said that innovations in PAM4 signaling technology in GDDR6X make it more power efficient than other GDDR6 products.
Like the current GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, the next-generation GeForce RTX 4090 has a video memory width of 384 bits. In the case of the same 24GB video memory, the number of video memory particles is 12, which can be arranged on the front of the PCB. This not only simplifies the design of the graphics card but also reduces the cooling requirements on the back of the graphics card.