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Elpida, Buffalo unveil first DDR3 2400MHz memory

Posted on Saturday, September 27 2008 @ 00:04:33 CEST by


Elpida and Buffalo unveiled a prototype of PC3-19200 DDR3 memory modules, these chips run at 2400MHz.
These speeds, however, come at the cost of latencies and voltages. The module was tested stable at 2400 MHz only at 11-11-11-34, and a voltage of 2.1 V, which is high, by DDR3 standards. However, the module locks a surprise when it comes to the same numbers: The module was tested stable at 2096 MHz, at amazingly low 1.5V, with much tighter timings of 9-10-9-24. The companies wish to put this to mass production soon.




 



 

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