Kingston And Rambus Develop Faster DDR3

"Kingston and Rambus have partnered up to develop DDR3 that is 50% faster than current RAM."

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50% Faster DDR3
Rambus and Kingston have joined forces and developed a very interesting DDR3 memory prototype. The memory is multi-threaded and is optimized for multi-core computers. They say that due to the optimized circuitry makes them up to 50% faster than standard DDR3 DIMMs. Performance aside, they say that power consumption is also 20% less, as the memory circuits don't have to be activated as often as a regular memory module.
They say "Our innovative module threading technology employs parallelism to deliver the higher memory bandwidth needed for multi-core systems while reducing overall power consumption." There is no official word from either company yet as to whether this new memory will be compatible  with current DDR3 systems though, so we have to play the waiting game until more information is disclosed.
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15-09-2009, 16:58:50

Gigabyte have launched an ITX case. Or is it a montior stand? It's both!

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15-09-2009, 17:21:33

Looks like an old Sky box with an arm for mounting the satellite dish on the side of your house.

15-09-2009, 17:35:48

It has a slight resemblance :p

Must look sweet with monitor attached though. Now we just need a 23" screen at full hd with shiney front and no borders sticking out to the front to match it.

15-09-2009, 17:59:25

Ducky Spud
Unusual but quite intresting! You'd need a well small cable to connect to your monitor though haha, 30cm DVI cable anyone?

15-09-2009, 22:25:13

I Hunta x
1/2 m hdmi cable dont you mean ducky?

16-09-2009, 04:13:18

Ducky Spud

1/2 m hdmi cable dont you mean ducky?

Well if thats what you want.... :p

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