Samsung shows off working DDR3 memory

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 27 2006 @ 18:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Samsung presented some working DDR3 memory modules at the IDF today:
The Koreans were showing their GDDR4 and DDR3 memory modules inside IDF Technology Showcase pavilion, but what was most impressive was the fact that the memory was running and looping 3DMark06 all the time. The DIMMs were packed in 1GB modules, and the memory was actually running on Intel's Test Platform, containing next-generation Intel Bearlake chipset (probably will end up branded as i985X or i995X).
More details at The Inq.

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