DDR3 Of Samsung, Elpida Validated For Intel's DDR3 Chipsets
Samsung Electronics announced today that 21 of its DDR3 solutions have been validated on Intel Corporation's reference platform to work with Intel's next generation DDR3 chipsets.
Samsung's Intel-validated solutions include 13 modules and eight monolithic devices in combinations of 512 Megabit / 1 Gigabit densities with speeds of 800 or 1066Mb/s.
Elpida Memory has also received Intel's validation of its DDR3 main memory based on the G33 chipset reference platform.
The first application of DDR3 memory will be in high-end desktop PCs but is likely to later replace DDR2 memory in notebook PCs and servers.
Elpida's products validated by Intel:
- 512M bit DDR3 SDRAM: EDJ5308BASE-AC-E/AE-E: DDR3-1066 (7-7-7); EDJ5308BASE-8A-E: DDR3-800 (5-5-5)
- 1GB DDR3 unbuffered DIMM: EBJ11UD8BAFA-AE-E: DDR3-1066 (7-7-7); EBJ11UD8BAFA-8A-E: DDR3-800 (5-5-5)
- 512MB DDR3 unbuffered DIMM: EBJ51UD8BAFA-AE-E: DDR3-1066 (7-7-7); EBJ51UD8BAFA-8A-E: DDR3-800 (5-5-5)
Source: Samsung Electronics, Elpida
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