LT Panel
RT Panel
Sunday | April 23, 2017
Popular Review Links:
Kingston Clarksdale demo shows DDR3 running at 1.35V

Kingston Clarksdale demo shows DDR3 running at 1.35V

The Best Custom Essays Kingston told DriverHeaven this morning that Intel’s Clarksdale demonstration showed a system running at 28w idle and 70w load using specially designed low voltage 1.35V DDR3 – which is a considerable drop in power draw when compared with the standarised 1.5V DDR3 platform.

Kingston also told us that this is a perfectly viable technology that they are working on and is not some specialised cheat to help Intel record power drain figures. Whether this ram is based on the 1600mhz 1.35v Elpida 40nm tech that was just announced we are not sure, but it seems a reasonable assumption.

Best Custom Essay Writing Websites

While this is interesting, we can take it a step further and analyse that this memory should in theory offer some amazingly high levels of overclocking when it reaches the market. Kingston declined to give specific dates on the release of the low voltage memory but we would assume it will be sometime in early 2010.

Fortran Homework Help Dissertation Philosophie Sur Le Desir Allan Campbell: Heaven Media

About Author

Stuart Davidson

Master Diploma Thesis

It appears you have AdBlocking activated

College Admission Cover Letter Unfortunately AdBlockers interfere with the shopping cart process

To continue with the payment process can we ask you to

deactivate your AdBlocking plugin

or to whitelist this site. Then refresh the page

Art Comparison Essay We thank you for your understanding

Hardwareheaven respect you right to employ plugins such as AdBlocker.
We would however ask you to consider whitelisting this site
We do not allow intrusive advertising and all our sponsors supply items
relevant to the content on the site.

Hardwareheaven Webmaster