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Improving Power and Data Efficiency with Threaded Memory Modules

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2 Author(s)
Ware, F.A. ; Rambus Inc., Los Altos ; Hampel, C.

The technique of module-threading utilizes standard DDR DRAM components to build modified memory modules. These modified modules incorporate one or more additional control signals. The modification permits the module to operate at higher performance levels and at lower power levels than standard modules. The modified modules are also capable of finer granularity transactions while still operating at full bandwidth.

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Computer Design, 2006. ICCD 2006. International Conference on

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1-4 Oct. 2007

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