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AMD Radeon DDR3 RAM Module Series Launched: Entertainment, Ultra Pro Graming & Enterprise

Question asked by Kaustubh Katdare in #Coffee Room on Aug 9, 2011
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Aug 9, 2011
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AMD today announced that they'll be entering into the system memory aka RAM market with the Radeon brand. Currently AMD's Radeon brand is famous for the GPUs. The company claims that the products have been lab tested to meet the top industry standards. The products will be categorized as - Entertainment Series: These will be fast and reliable and optimized for delivering the digital entertainment including HD, 3D movies, audio video editing and music. ULTRA PRO Gaming Series: Will feature hand picked high-quality memory parts. The modules will be ultra-fast, very high performance and will have no drop outs or delays. Aimed at serious gamers. Enterprise – Series: The modules under the enterprise series will be ultra-high reliable and optimized for longer operations at high speed. The memory modules will be typically used in enterprise servers. The modules will be tested for compatibility with servers and workstations.

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AMD Radeon DDR3 RAM

Following chart details the specifications of memory modules in all three series:-
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<h3 id="rrh37">Segments</h3>
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<td id="rrtd154">
<h3 id="rrh38">Entertainment</h3>
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<td id="rrtd155">
<h3 id="rrh39">ULTRAPRO Gaming</h3>
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<h3 id="rrh310">Enterprise</h3>
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<td id="rrtd157">
<h3 id="rrh311">Density</h3>
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<td id="rrtd158" colspan="3">2GB</td>
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<td id="rrtd159">
<h3 id="rrh312">Organization</h3>
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<td id="rrtd160" colspan="3">256M words x 64 bits, 1 rank</td>
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<td id="rrtd161">
<h3 id="rrh313">Package</h3>
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<td id="rrtd162" colspan="3">240-pin socket type dual in line memory module (DIMM)</td>
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<td id="rrtd163">
<h3 id="rrh314">PCB height:</h3>
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<td id="rrtd164" colspan="3">30.0mm</td>
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<td id="rrtd165">
<h3 id="rrh315">Lead-free</h3>
</td>
<td id="rrtd166" colspan="3">(RoHS compliant) and Halogen-free</td>
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<td id="rrtd167">
<h3 id="rrh316">Power supply:</h3>
</td>
<td id="rrtd168" colspan="3">VDD = 1.5V ± 0.075V</td>
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<td id="rrtd169">
<h3 id="rrh317">Data rate MT/s</h3>
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<td id="rrtd170"> 1333Mbps</td>
<td id="rrtd171"> 1600Mbps</td>
<td id="rrtd172"> TBD</td>
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<td id="rrtd173">
<h3 id="rrh318">Timing (CL-tRCD-tRP)</h3>
</td>
<td id="rrtd174"> 9-9-9</td>
<td id="rrtd175"> 11-11-11</td>
<td id="rrtd176"> TBD</td>
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