Samsung Making World’s Smallest 8Gb DDR4 RAM


The South Korean giant Samsung’s electronics division has proclaimed another accomplishment within the memory technology. They’ve finished with the development and testing of their 2d generation 10nm 8-gigabit DDR4 micro chip. the tiniest of its kind, the new DRAM chip is getting ready to enter production after that it'll find its home in PCs releasing in the future.
When compared to the primary generation chip, the new Samsung 8Gb RAM is around 15 percent energy economical and 10 percent quicker. The DRAM chip is capable of running at 3,600 Mbps whereas the previous generation delivered a most of 3,200 Mbps. the overalleral productivity gain is around 30 percent over the first gen which might permit the company to manufacture the memory chips quickly.

The new RAM hasn’t seen any changes the fabrication method however Samsung has managed to reduce the size by adding new technologies as well as “a distinctive air spacer” and higher error checking mechanism.

Currently company forming their 1st-gen 10nm chips to satisfy business demands. Their next huge development after this would the RAM chips supported the 8nm LPP fabrication method. Also, Samsung is focusing on different memory technologies like DDR5, LPDDR5, GDDR6, and HBM3 that find their use in a number of mobile devices, high-end GPUs, HPC systems, etc.

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