Intel to use DDR3 memory in 2H 2007

Posted on Friday, January 27 2006 @ 22:48 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
In the second half of next year Intel is going to start launching platforms with support for DDR3 memory.

DDR3 memory will coexist with DDR2 for more than a year, the full transition to DDR3 memory will take about two years according to the current roadmaps.

The next-generation memory will debut at 800MHz and should be capable of reaching 1333MHz by 2009.

According to market research firm iSupply DDR3 memory may account for 55 percent of the market in 2008.

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