It's over GDDR is finished.
I really have to flush my memory after that
>High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) is what will be used in the GPUs of the future, and at this point the concept hardly needs an introduction. The first generation of HBM will be used in AMD Fiji, a GPU that is expected to come in the next few months.
>AMD uses HBM1, Nvidia HBM2
>Nvidia will use 2nd generation HBM that will enable its Pascal GPU to get to a whopping 32GB on the highest end card, 2.7 times more than the already impressive 12GB used on Titan X cards.
AMD IS FINISH
My 290x is a 28nm and I don't NEED to upgrade yet. I'd rather waste the money on a 4790k or even a Haswell-E build replacing my 8320 than on another 28nm GPU.
When the time comes I won't give a shit. 28nm is the only thing stopping me from buying the 390x or Titan X. Gains aren't worth it for the games I play and waiting for an actual fucking GPU upgrade will make it even more worth it already having a 290x.