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Elpida announces 32-bit GDDR2 SDRAM chips

| RAM News | Posted: Mar 15, 2003 2:40 pm


Elpida Memory Inc has announced the availability of its 128 Megabit DDR2 SDRAM devices for notebook and desktop PC graphics applications. The new devices offer high speed, low power and enhanced thermal characteristics that enable them to perform in the constrained environments often experienced by mobile applications. The devices incorporate "GDDR2-M" technology, featuring an innovative low-power termination scheme and a new data inversion technology that was jointly developed with ATI Technologies Inc, to speed operation and reduce power consumption.

 

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