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Windows 7: Samsung unveils first 32GB DDR3 memory module

18 Jun 2009   #1
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 
Samsung unveils first 32GB DDR3 memory module

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Following an announcement back in January, Samsung has finally made good on its promise of delivering the world’s first 32GB DDR3 memory module. The massive RAM unit is made up of 72 4Gb memory chip dies using Samsung’s 50nm class DRAM technology, lined up in rows of nine quad-die packaged 16Gb DDR3s, mounted on each side of the circuit board. Naturally, they are meant for use in server systems rather than regular desktops.
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20 Jun 2009   #2
ikilledkenny

Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
 
 
RAM Overkill!

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Engadget, [url=http://www.engadget.com/2009/06/18/samsung-debuts-first-32gb-ddr3-memory-module/
Samsung debuts first 32GB DDR3 memory module

Samsung has been making promises about a 32GB DDR3 memory module since it rolled out its first 50nm 4Gb DDR3 memory chip way back in January, but it looks like it's now finally delivered. While it won't be headed for regular desktops or laptops just yet, the company does have a new 1.35 volt 32GB module for servers which, in addition to packing that record-breaking capacity, also boasts a 20% better throughput compared to previous 1.5 volt modules and, of course, a lower power consumption to boot. As some math not performed by us will reveal, the module itself is made up of 72 of those 4Gb memory chips, which are lined up in rows of nine quad-die packaged 16Gb DDR3s mounted on each side of the circuit board. No word on pricing just yet, nor is there any word about Samsung's promised desktop and laptop memory, which are apparently still in the works -- in the form of 8GB DIMMs, at least.
Just imagine the possiblities!
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20 Jun 2009   #3
Dark Nova Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

I know what I want for Christmas.
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20 Jun 2009   #4
ikilledkenny

Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkNovaGundam View Post
I know what I want for Christmas.
If I got a hold of that thing, the first thing I would do is find a way to fill it all!
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20 Jun 2009   #5
Firestrider

Linux (Debian, Android)
 
 

Combine this with an 8-socket Nehalem-EX motherboard with support for 16 memory modules per socket you can get 4 TB of RAM!
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20 Jun 2009   #6
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkNovaGundam View Post
I know what I want for Christmas.
sorry I cant wait that long gotta break open the piggy bank
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21 Jun 2009   #7
Lordbob75

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Firestrider View Post
Combine this with an 8-socket Nehalem-EX motherboard with support for 16 memory modules per socket you can get 4 TB of RAM!
Wow. Now all we need is about 16 quad cores and we could open every possible window all at the same time, play 26 different movies at once while converting them, play 40 songs, and open about 8 games all at the same time.................

~Lordbob
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21 Jun 2009   #8
Generator

XP Pro SP3 x86/Vista SP2 x64/Win7 x64 Triple-boot
 
 

I want one!

And here's me now on 2 gig, My machine feels sooo inadequate now....
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21 Jun 2009   #9
DocBrown

Win7 Enterprise, Win7 x86 (Ult 7600), Win7 x64 Ult 7600, TechNet RTM on AMD x64 (2.8Ghz)
 
 

Are there any MB's & Bios that it will work with ?
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21 Jun 2009   #10
Axematic

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 build 7100
 
 

isn't a maximum of RAM that some mbo can work with 192GB???
So u can't have more than that ram memory!
And how much x64bit OS can recognise RAM memory?
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