Silicon Power offers power efficient memory

The Taiwanese memory maker Silicon Power has presented new DDR3 memory that features lower power consumption than regular DDR3 SDRAM. The new memory is available in UDIMM format for desktop PCs and SO-DIMM format for portable devices.

The memory runs at 1333 MHz and 1600 MHz and needs 1.35V of power. Thus the new Silicon Power not only needs less power but also comes with lowered heat dissipation. Available in 2 GB, 4 GB and 8 GB sticks, the memory offers CAS latency of 9 clocks at 1333 MHz and CAS 11 at 1600 MHz.

The new Silicon Power memory is fully compatible with the latest Intel Haswell processors and comes with limited lifetime warranty. The pricing of the memory is still unknown.


Source: Silicon Power

Related posts

Intel demonstrated futuristic 48-core processor

Researchers from Intel Labs demonstrated an experimental, 48-core Intel processor, or "single-chip cloud computer," that rethinks many of the approaches used in today's designs for laptops, PCs and servers. This futuristic chip boasts about 10 to 20 times the processing engines inside today's...

Agreement Between eBay and Microsoft for Cloud Computing

Microsoft Corporation and eBay announced today that eBay will be one of the first to purchase the new Windows Azure Platform Appliance for cloud computing by Microsoft. The innovation and power of the Windows Azure Platform Appliance will deliver an automated and scalable cost-effective...

NVIDIA debuts Tesla K80 accelerator

NVIDIA debuts Tesla K80 accelerator

NVIDIA has rolled out a new Tesla accelerator, now called Tesla K80. The device is based on two 28 nm GK210 GPUs, which is rather interesting because NVIDIA brings the older Kepler generation back to life. Here’s what you get for your hard-earned money – each GK210 core includes 2496 CUDA...

Leave a comment