Aeneon by Qimonda introduces DDR3 SO-DIMMs

"Bringing Power Saving, High-Performance Memory to Notebooks "

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Aeneon by Qimonda introduces DDR3 SO-DIMMs, Bringing Power Saving, High-Performance Memory to Notebooks OC3D Official Press Release logo
 
Aeneon by Qimonda, the channel and retail brand of Qimonda, announced its new DDR3 SO-DIMMs (Small Outline Dual Inline Memory Modules) which provide power saving and high performance to the industry's first DDR3 notebooks based on the Intel(r) Centrino(r) 2 processor technology.

Aeneon is among the first retail memory brands to offer 1GB and 2GB DDR3-1066 SO-DIMMs to the market. The modules use low-power 1Gbit DDR3 components and feature competitive latencies of 7-7-7-21 at standard DDR3 voltage of 1.5V - ideal for mobile computing. The DDR3 SO-DIMMs will be made available worldwide in single retail package from August 2008.

Aeneon DDR3 SO-DIMM's "We are pleased to offer the DDR3 memory technology to the retail market enabling a wider group of users to experience the new Intel Centrino 2 technology," said Dr Carsten Gatzke, Vice President of Qimonda's Channel and Retail Business Unit. "DDR3 will be the key memory architecture for several years. With this introduction, Aeneon shows its commitment to provide a broad portfolio of advanced memory products to the retail."

These new DDR3 modules, together with the high density DDR2-800 SO-DIMMs are part of Aeneon's portfolio of retail DRAM solutions tailored for the new Intel Centrino 2 platforms.
 
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19-07-2008, 13:27:11

Bondi007
so it just changes the settings doesnt do anything permenetly that you cant change back?

19-07-2008, 13:53:13

gotmaxpower
It can do damage, but only if you raise the voltage up too high or let the temps raise too high.

Just dont be silly and you'll be fine.

Also, remember, your FSB can only go as high as 2x the rated speed of your RAM.

For example, my RAM is DDR2-800, so that limits me to an FSB of 1600 (Which sadly limits me to a maximum overclock of 3600MHz, but lets not get into that).

Good luck! :D

EDIT - Another tip, download 'Orthos' and let it test your system whilst overclocking. If you get any errors, reset the overclock and try something lower.

19-07-2008, 14:44:51

Toxcity
Pretty sure you will be able to get further than double your RAM clock if you push it enough.

19-07-2008, 16:08:41

PP Mguire
Isnt this in the wrong area??

19-07-2008, 16:08:44

Rastalovich
Yeah, there`s overclocking, and extreme overclocking. I`d imagine u wouldn`t go extreme cos.. well ur asking the question atm.

Small steps... small steps.. and in this case Tox is right, u`ll not break anything that can`t be fixed by a cmos clear.

Take big steps, or feel ur gonads are bigger than they are.. something could go, cpu or mobo or whatever.

19-07-2008, 16:59:42

Toxcity

Small steps... small steps.. and in this case Tox is right, u`ll not break anything that can`t be fixed by a cmos clear.



-cough- Tox is always right -cough- :p

19-07-2008, 17:37:13

Bondi007
I might get liquid cooling and then ill do it ;)

Thanks for the help peeps

20-07-2008, 13:15:21

lamboman
I know this is COMPLETELY unrelated. But, it would be a better idea to not get watercooling, and go for a Thermalright Ultra 120, and a new E8500 from Specialtech. Water cooling isn't worth the hassle, first of all, and second of all, there is point spending £150+ on something, when you can spend that money on something that is less hassle and faster.

As for frying your processor, that really is only going to happen if you run too much voltage through it (through yours it would be around 1.5V on water, for the 45nm chips it would be around 1.375V as a good stopping point, as they disintigrate after 1.4V, whether you have obscene heat or not).

22-07-2008, 13:19:34

t047

I know this is COMPLETELY unrelated. But, it would be a better idea to not get watercooling, and go for a Thermalright Ultra 120, and a new E8500 from Specialtech. Water cooling isn't worth the hassle, first of all, and second of all, there is point spending £150+ on something, when you can spend that money on something that is less hassle and faster.

As for frying your processor, that really is only going to happen if you run too much voltage through it (through yours it would be around 1.5V on water, for the 45nm chips it would be around 1.375V as a good stopping point, as they disintigrate after 1.4V, whether you have obscene heat or not).



id probably second that. having finished my watercooling system idve probably saved a few bob and loads of hassle if id just stuck to a themaltake 120!
or its just that im totally useless with this king of stuff:rolleyes:

17-11-2008, 04:55:40

shorts
tbh ive just gone to water and didnt have any probs at all, all working great and better temp that the Thermalright Ultra 120, know someone that has the same chip with one of them on it :)
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