Developed to cope with enormous amounts of data, Samsung’s DDR5 brings a new level of speed, improved capacity and increased reliability with lower power consumption.
Developed to cope with enormous amounts of data, Samsungs DDR5 brings a new level of speed, improved capacity and increased reliability with lower power consumption.
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Samsung’s DDR5 was developed for the requirements of big data and is setting new standards for transfer speeds with a transfer rate of up to 7,200 Mbit/s. With twice the burst length from 8 to 16 and twice the number of banks from 8 to 16, DDR5 achieves more than doubled increase in performance compared to DDR4, processing even 8K content seamlessly.
An optimized production in Samsung’s 10nm class and the use of EUV technology enables the chip units to leap from 16GB to 32GB, resulting in a total capacity of up to 512GB per module.
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The ODECC technology (On-Die Error-Correction Code) applied in DDR5 ensures that Samsung modules withstand demanding environmental influences and that data transmission is guaranteed even under unfavorable conditions as ODECC virtually eliminates single-bit errors.
In addition to the high speed and the increased capacity, another strength of the DDR5 modules is their low power consumption, which means that the energy efficiency could be increased by 30% compared to DDR4. The on-DIMM PMIC boosts both power management efficiency as well as power supply stability, bringing significant TCO benefits. Replacing DDR4 with DDR5 in a data center saves up to 1 TWh of electricity annually.