Samsung Ships First 16 GB DDR3

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daft

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thats all well and good, but what sort of speeds and timings are we talking about? and why cant they put that 50nm into ddr2 for the poor like me?
 

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I think with this comes a new standard question of computing- how many WINDOWS of crysis can you run at once? Alas, if only this wasnt restricted just for servers.
 

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Yes I am Tim. And I believe those with Core i7 systems are very mad. So 192GB total...Who's up for some defragging while listening to music while playing Crysis, Crysis Warhead, Farcry 2 while watching a BR movie while on a p2p network. Most importantly - what are the constraints on them? max speed for stable OC? heat? will they have heat-spreaders and have a shinny badge saying "My memory own3s yours!"
 

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Now all we need are some motherboards with a single slot. Talk about freeing up motherboard real-estate. I could do a lot with 16GBs and I don't really think I'd need much more at this point in time. Not to mention the energy savings from only having to power one slot.
 
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when are there going to be 32nm 4GB DDR5 sticks available for pc's at the price of $25 per pair?
 

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Heat shouldn't be an issue at 1.35 volts. They are claiming low power consumption so that has to mean the amps are low too, otherwise this is just hot air.
 
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