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Thread: Elpida and Buffalo Release Prototype DDR3 2400 MHz Memory

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    Elpida and Buffalo Release Prototype DDR3 2400 MHz Memory

    The U.S. manufacturer Buffalo pushes even more limits being the first to announce strips DDR3 capable of operating at 2400 MHz. These prototype DDR3-2400 modules have a capacity of 1 GB chips and use the Japanese manufacturer Elpida, reaching a rate of 2.5 Gbps when they operate at 1.5 volts.


    These bars reach 2 096 MHz under the standard voltage of 1.5 volts, they adopt in these conditions timings of 9-10-9-24. By pushing the voltage to 2.1 volts, they climb to 2 400 MHz with timings of 11-11-11-34.

    The date of availability and prices of these modules PC3-19200 were not disclosed.

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    If I remember well being of my mail, 7 clock cycles at a frequency of 1600 MHz, it's roughly 7x (1 / 1600 ^ 6) = 4,375 for a nanosecond, which is faster than 11 cycles clock to 2400 MHz (11 * (1 / 2400 ^ 6) = 4,583 nanoseconds).

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    It is amazing how technology advance.
    I'm always with my 4 sticks of Kingston 512 MB 733 MHz "DDR1"

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