Friday, August 26, 2005

Elpida Japan makes world's fastest DDR RAM

"While many still don't employ DDR-2, Elpida recently announced that it has completed its first DDR-3 chip. The Japanese memory designer employed a dual-gate transistortechnology on a 90 nm process to reduce leakage and improve transistor performance. The new memory runs at a speed of 1,333MHz, doubling the current high-performance memory standard of 667MHz and besting the Samsung DDR-3 introduction of 1.06GHz."
Read on at Geek.com

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