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AMD touts LRDIMM memory for x86 servers
Posted by: ReMeDy on: 02/02/2012 05:36 PM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
Advanced Micro Devices has been very active lately on the x86 market. This week the company has announced to be the first to add support for LRDIMM. An LRDIMM is a Load Reduced DIMM. An LRDIMM removes the normal register you would see on Registered server based memory and adds a new buffer module to allow the memory to run at higher clock frequencies along with a greater quantity of memory chips to be added to a DIMM. LRDIMM's can run atleast 20 percent lower in energy consumption than conventional DIMM's on the market currently. Check out the blurb here.
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