Samsung: Samsung begins mass manufacturing 8GB DDR3 modules
DDR3 memory modules seem to have become quite in thing now, after a couple of Atoms started supporting this faster bit of brain. Although it has been seen in a lot of notebook of late, they are mostly of smaller capacities I.e., mostly 1GB. Now, Samsung reportedly is mass producing huge 8GB DDR3 memory modules specific to notebooks. These modules should be based on 4GB 1,333MHz chips based on 40nm architecture and operating at a voltage of 1.5V.
There is another advantage of having a single 8GB module, as reported by Electronista – it saves you more power than two 4GB ones. In other words, you can get the speed of DDR3 at a power saving rate that is only slightly less than that of a 1.8v DDR2 memory module.
To start with, you might find these as options for The pricing and availability are still unknown, but like many other wonderful inventions this Korean electronics giant brought to the market – this new one should also set a trend.