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In late 2009



Samsung recently announced it has successfully validated the first 40nm 1Gbit DDR2 chip and a 1GB DDR2 SODIMM module.

Today it raised the bar even further, saying it would mass produce 40nm DDR3 chips by the end of the year. There's not much info on the new upcoming 40nm DDR3 products, we just know it will be a 2Gb DDR3 part, and that it should enter mass production in late 2009.

The new 40nm process promises power savings of about 30 percent and is a major step toward a transition to DDR4.
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so when will cheap 4GB modules appear?
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I would love to have 24GB on my current rig . Would be nice to dedicate a full 2GB to XP on virtual machine, and a few other operating systems...Actually I think 12 is enough .
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dang imagine what a whole stick of DDR3 can do lol..... my god, imagine 3 of them sticks in tripple channel !!!!!
    
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Note: 1Gbit = 128mb.

Nothing new here people, just lower power and cost.
    
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Yea... Samsung has already produced the world's first 4Gb chips, but they are on 50nm. 4Gb on 40nm will be only a matter of time.

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Samsung also says it can use its dual-die package technology to package two of the 4Gb 16GB modules on a package for 32GB of memory, doubling the capacity the previous highest density chip was capable of.
32GB sticks in tri-channel with all 6 slots occupied = 192GB of RAM!!!
    
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Note: 1Gbit = 128mb.

Nothing new here people, just lower power and cost.
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There will be no DDR4... next thing will be MRAM. Google it
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