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Kingston hints 1.35V DDR3 is on the way

Posted on Tuesday, October 13 2009 @ 19:34:21 CEST by


Bit Tech reports Intel used 1.35V DDR3 memory for a Clarksdale demo at the Intel Developer Forum:
Kingston unveiled today that Intel's Clarksdale IDF demo that showed off a system running at 28W idle and 70W load used specially low voltage 1.35V DDR3, compared to the standard 1.5V, in order to achieve its power goals.

Kingston claimed it is a viable future technology that it is working on (or with, since Kingston is not manufacturing the IC), and not a cheat by Intel.




 



 

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