Samsung Memory Moves Forward: 1st 50nm DRAM Chip

"Samsung Memory Moves Forward: 1st 50nm DRAM Chip"

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Samsung has recently announced that they have moved on to the 50nm manufacturing process for their DDR2 DRAM chips. This allows for increased performance, lower power usage, and cheaper production costs.

The 3D selective epitaxial growth transistor (SEG Tr) is critical to this, allowing a broad electron channel, resolving weak electrical features, and increased storage reliability. Samsung has also adapted their RCAT (Recess Channel Array Transistor) technology for their new 50nm chips, giving essentially double the refresh term of the DRAM.

This process is expected to be used in mass production in 2008.

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25-10-2006, 08:36:22

Dav0s
Hey guys

ive accepted an official tonight as i know there are a few people who want a match, and i wanna give timmy his first taste of official action

team will be

Dav0s
Timmy
Tom (if avail)
Jiffz (if avail)
xms/llwyd/kemp

id like the last to be xms if hes back from the amd convention thingy. if people arent available llwyd will be next reserve, and hopefully if kemp is back and is willing to play, second reserve.

post up if you are around people :D

btw we have played these before, and we won 26-4 :D

25-10-2006, 10:28:04

!TIMMY!
w00t :D

25-10-2006, 12:20:01

Kempez
Don't think I'll be around

25-10-2006, 20:29:21

jiffz
Sorry I only just realised this happened, lol! Well done on the win lads :boink:

Nice to break our drawing streak :p

26-10-2006, 05:16:05

Dav0s
hehe was close tho, only won on the last round :D
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