The firm said this will be the highest density DDR2 module for servers.
The modules run at 1.8 volts, and Elpida said it has already started sampling 512MB and 1GB densities.
The DIMMs (dual inline memory modules) transfer data at 4.3Gbps, and use 512Mbit SDRAM chips, so each 2GB module uses 36 devices, stacked together.
The chips are made using a 110 nanometer process, and Elpida claims yields of the semiconductors are high.
The chips will go into mass production in the second quarter of 2004, which is bang on time for the arrival of Intel's Gruntsdell chipset. µ
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