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Graphics Memory Supply Improving, Just in Time for Ada and RDNA 3

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Micron said this week that sales of its graphics memory increased during its third fiscal quarter (which ended on June 2), which indicates that the company can meet the growing demand for its GDDR6 and GDDR6X DRAMs. This is good news ahead of the upcoming launches of Nvidia‘s Ada Lovelace and AMD‘s RDNA 3 lineups. 

“In fiscal Q3, graphics revenue grew at a strong double-digit percentage rate sequentially and year over year, driven by the strength of Micron’s products and customer relationships,” said Sanjay Mehrotra, chief executive of Micron. “We announced volume shipments of our new 1z 16Gb GDDR6X in fiscal Q3, which features twice the capacity and up to 15% higher performance than the previous 1y generation.” 

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