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Elixir Memory November 2004 Those who know Memory Know to Choose Elixir
November 2004 Contents DDR1 V.S. DDR2 Elixir DDR2 Products Elixir DDR2 Promotion Project Promotional Materials Global Promotion Activities
November 2004 DDR2 Memory Advantages Higher Speeds for Better Performance Anticipated up to 6.4GBs / 8.53GBs transfer rate Less Power Consumption & Cooler 1.8V VDD/VDDQ & Lower Core Frequency Better Signal Integrity ODT (On Die Termination) Smaller Package Size BGA packaging
November 2004 DDR1 VS. DDR2 DDR1DDR 2 Operation VoltageSSTL_2(2.5V,2.5V)SSTL_18(1.8V,1.8V) PackageTSOPFBGA Densities128Mb~1Gb256Mb~2Gb Data Bandwidth3.2GBs6.4GBs Speed266MHz~400MHz400MHz~667MHz Power Consumption 399mW217mW
November 2004 DDR2 - 533 vs. DDR - 400 System Performance System Setup CPU:Pentium 4 ® 2.8GHz GFX: Grantsdale -G ® Graphic Control OS:Microsoft Windows XP ® Total Physical Memory: 1016MB Free Physical Memory: 830MB Motherboard Model: Grantsdale ® DDR2/ DDR Combo Board Memory Type SpeedSizeUDIMM DDR2533 4-4-4512MB2 pcs DDR400 3-3-3512MB2 pcs Pentium and Grantsdale are the trade marks of Intel® Microsoft Windows XP is the trade mark of Microsoft® 3DMark03 is the trade mark of Future Mark Corporation® DDR2 has 22.2 % Faster than DDR in 3DMark03 ®
November 2004 DDR2 vs. DDR Power Consumption DDR1 is 256Mb (x8) 0.11um, @ 2.5V, 0 ℃ DDR2 is 512Mb (x8) 0.11um, @1.8V, 0 ℃ Tested by Advant 5592 Power (mW) Note: Idd7 is all bank interleave read current which consumes the most of power
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