Samsung to produce 2Gb DDR3 chips on 50nm

Posted September 29th, 2008 at 8:08 PM by RHochstenbach

Samsung is planning to produce most of their memory chips with 50nm technology. At first they’re going to produce memory chips of 2 Gigabit (twice the amount that they’re producing right now). According to Samsung, the energy production is going to be reduced with 40 percent, compared to the 1 Gb chips.

The new chips are targeted at the server and desktop market, with a maximum speed of 1.3Gbps and the voltages 1.5v and 1.35v (DDR3 standard). Samsung expects to be producing the 2 Gb chips somewhere in the end of this year.

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