Topics: DDR SDRAM, DDR3 SDRAM, DDR2 SDRAM Pages: 2 (490 words) Published: February 23, 2013
Dual- and multi-core CPUs for multi-tasking operations, 64-bit operating systems and compute-intensive applications such as virtualization, 3D, gaming and photo/video editing are accelerating the need for higher-performance memory with reduced power consumption. From notebooks to servers, as energy efficiency becomes a mandate, Samsung DDR3 provides designers the ideal “green” memory solution to build the latest computing platforms DDr3: Massive Bandwidth and Ultra-Low

Power Consumption
The DDR3 standard, based on the JEDEC specification, continues the performance and density increases and architectural improvements seen in the preceding generations of computer memory. Samsung DDR3 delivers extremely high band-width, with data rates currently up to 1.6Gbps, while consuming significantly less power than DDR2, operating at voltages as low as 1.35V for the latest 50nm-node process technology

DDr3 Benefits All Computing Platforms
Samsung DDR3 SDRAM is the optimal memory for today’s powerful, compute-intensive hardware and software platforms. In particular, DDR3 is the ideal memory for the data center, which has a well-documented need for more performance with less energy consumption. Server electricity expenditures are increasing annually, with an average data center consuming the equivalent energy of 25,000 households. Memory configuration contributes significantly to cutting power usage. Servers equipped with 4GBs of memory per channel can realize more than 40% power savings by using 2Gb-based modules versus 1Gb-based modules. Similarly, 4GB DDR3 SODIMMs for notebook PCs can achieve comparable power savings when using 2Gb-based components. For servers, desktops or notebooks, Samsung DDR3 delivers the unbeatable combination of maximum bandwidth and density at the lowest power consumption. Key Advantages of DDr3

Higher Performance with Lower Power Consumption
Data rates per pin up to 1.6Gbps
•More than 60% power saving at 2x the performance of DDR2...
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