What is GDDR3

Definition of GDDR3?

The computer memory used for graphics is called Graphical double data rate 3. So,  GDDR3 is a type of RAM used for graphics cards.  Double data rate(DDR3) is one type that is used for memory, which is the main storage for the processor. Along with some additional cutting-edge features, it has all the DDR2 features. The main difference between GDDR3 and DDR3 is that GDDR3 memory is much faster than DDR3 memory. It was initially released in 1998. It was created by the Radeon technologies group, another name for ATI. Additionally, sony selected double data rate 3 for the PlayStation 3 gaming console's graphics memory.

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