AMD to offer Radeon-branded DDR3 memory

It seems that AMD will enter at RAM market very soon and will offer own DDR3 memory modules. At company’s website appears a Radeon memory line which includes three series: Entertainment, ULTRA PRO Gaming and Enterprise.

All three models come in standard 240-pin socket type dual in line memory modules (DIMM), works at voltage of 1.5V and have same density of 2GB. The Entertainment series runs at 1333 MHz with 9-9-9 latency and ULTRA PRO Gaming series at 1600MHz with 11-11-11. As for the Enterprise series, it still doesn’t have any specific specs for speed and timings.

AMD Radeon DDR3 memory

AMD claims that their new DDR3 memory modules are ideally for their CPU and APU products and are tested to “the highest industry standards” on AMD platforms to guarantee reliability and performance.

There aren’t any specific information about pricing and availability, but a Canadian computer store NCIX has listed the 2GB Entertainment series modules for $19.99CAD (around $10.12) per module.

Source: AMD

Via: AnandTech

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