GeForce RTX 50 and Radeon RX 8000 graphics cards may well use GDDR7 memory. Cadence, a developer of system design and test tools, has reportedly announced that it has the industry’s first GDDR7 memory test solution. This is software that will allow companies to simulate and validate their GDDR7 silicon designs before printing.
It is also worth remembering that a few months ago, Samsung already announced about what works on such a memory.
The GDDR7 ICs will run at 36GHz which will be a huge jump over GDDR6 and even GDDR6X from their 20-21GHz. In particular, with a 256-bit bus, the new memory will allow you to achieve a throughput of 1152 GB / s. Moreover, 36 GHz is the starting point for GDDR7. Over time, such memory will be able to reach significantly higher frequencies, up to 50 GHz!