Hynix announces 4GB RDIMM and 2GB SO-DIMM modules
Hynix Semiconductor announced 4GB registered DIMM modules made of 36 x 0.11µm 1Gbit DDR2-533 SDRAM chips and 2GB SO-DIMM modules made of 16 DDR2-533 SDRAM chips.
The novelties are dated to new Intel chipsets supporting such memory. According to the company, these DDR2 solutions will strengthen Hynix in the worldwide market, in particular, in its DDR2 SDRAM segment.
If you remember, the Korean company has already introduced 1GB DDR2 RDIMM modules on 1Gbit elements for servers and workstations:
- VDD = 1.8V, VDDQ = 1.8V
- I/O = SSTL_18
- 533Mbps/pin linear throughput
- Up to 4,300MB/s performance in 64-bit systems
- 4 and 8 packet lengths
- WRITE latency = READ latency = 1 clock
- Differential strobe
- Off-chip output driver calibration (OCD)
- On-die termination (ODT)
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