Hynix Develops World's First 40nm Class 2Gb GDDR5

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bpstone

The only current problem I see is them being compatible with most processors and motherboards. If they are smart, they'll work something out with AMD or Intel... which I'm sure they are probably doing. This could become a great breakthrough, but if companies feel the need to hold it back to further their profits on current technology, you won't see them for a long time. Sorry, but an unfortunate harsh truth. Let's hope the companies/investors see this as a profit and not a money hole or they won't touch it. We/I can't say for certain since people said that about other tech before, only to be surprised with the release of what they thought was impossible. Only one thing to do gentlemen, sit back to see what happens. lol

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DBsantos77

 The only thing we can do. Ahaha

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DBsantos77

 Interesting..would FERMI use these memchips, considering ATI has their stuff out already.

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gendoikari1

On the other hand, these could easily go into a 5890 or something similar...

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DBsantos77

 That'd be great, I can't wait for my 5850, it's gonna be awesome.!

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