Memory maker TwinMOS unveiled a new DDR3-1333 SO-DIMM module for notebooks.
With previous development of the high-level DDR3-1333 module for desktops, TwinMOS introduces the high-level DDR3-1333 SO-DIMM for laptops. This new-generation DDR3 SO-DIMM module for laptops uses the 8-bit pre-fetch design. As it is a double of the DDR2 modules, the clock frequency begins from 800MHz and can be increased to 1066MHz and 1333MHz. Prior to this, its 204-pin design platform is different from the 200-pin design in DDR2 modules for laptops. Thanks to the evolution in die processes, the working voltage of DDR3 modules for laptops has been reduced from 1.8V of DDR2 modules for laptop to 1.5V. Indeed, the laptop’s battery life can be extended. This DDR3-1333 SO-DIMM for laptops uses high-quality genuine die from original manufacturers packaged with the FBGA (Fine-Pitch Ball Grid Array) technology to deliver better cooling and electrical performances. The ODT (on-die-termination) can effectively ensure signal integrity by reducing signal feedback when the module is running at high speed. With ASR (auto self-refresh) design, it intelligently reduce the refreshing frequency of memory modules thus effectively reduce the temperature and power consumption of the module to conserve energy.
8-bit pre-fetch design
Ultra high frequency at 1333MHz with the 204-pin design