XDR 2 Rambus Memory? http://www.rambus.com/us/technology/solutions/xdr2/ XDR 2 Memory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v81VchLF2vE https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XDR2_DRAM I still remember when this article came out in 2011: AMD Radeon HD 7900 to Utilize New XDR2 Rambus Memory So what happened? Why isn't XDR 2 memory out by now? Why aren't GPU makers like NVidia using it for their graphics cards? I'm guessing XDR2 memory was just too expensive? That never stopped NVidia though - their Titan GPU is $1,000 & even the 780 is $650 (which is ridiculously over-priced when the 700 series is just a revamped 600 series) - what's an extra $100 (guessing) for killer XDR2 memory that's twice as fast as DDR5? I'm curious to find out if Maxwell or at least Volta GPU's will include XDR2? The XBox One should've had XDR2 but, they dropped the ball soooo bad that they went backwards with DDR3 instead of todays standard of DDR5. What's up with that?