Saturday, January 26th 2013

Super Talent Announces Green Very Low Profile (VLP) Memory

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, introduces its updated green memory modules.
With no tradeoffs in price or performance, choosing VLP DIMMs for computing can have an enormous environmental impact when the hundreds of thousands of memory modules produced monthly are taken into account.

"Decreasing overhead in a data center is an easy way for a company to reduce costs. With Super Talent's Green Memory, power and cooling costs can be easily cut while maintaining speed and reliability for a company," said Shimon, VP of Engineering, Super Talent Technology.

These DIMMS use 38% less FR4 material and are designed to JEDEC standard schematics. They can be used in standard based x86 motherboards while blade servers and ATCA applications can make use of the very low profile RDIMMS. Full specifications and data sheets for our green memory line from Super Talent Technology can be found here.
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9 Comments on Super Talent Announces Green Very Low Profile (VLP) Memory

#2
T4C Fantasy
CPU & GPU DB Maintainer
now we can use all that saved fr4 material for the good shit that really need it, rofl
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#3
The Von Matrices
by: btarunr
With no tradeoffs in price or performance, choosing VLP DIMMs for computing can have an enormous environmental impact when the hundreds of thousands of memory modules produced monthly are taken into account.
Except they don't offer 8GB 1600MHz VLP DIMMS, only 1333MHz, so you do have to trade off performance for low power.
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#4
Vancha
by: The Von Matrices
Except they don't offer 8GB 1600MHz VLP DIMMS, only 1333MHz, so you do have to trade off performance for low power.
Bottom of the list.
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#5
The Von Matrices
by: Vancha
Bottom of the list.
All I see is a 1.5V 8GB DDR3-1600 DIMM, no 1.35V VLP version.
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#6
jihadjoe
They said VLP was for very low PROFILE, not power.
Every single DIMM in that list is VLP, although not all of them are 1.35V.
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#7
Vancha
by: The Von Matrices
All I see is a 1.5V 8GB DDR3-1600 DIMM, no 1.35V VLP version.
I'm pretty sure the power savings they're referring to are on their end, not ours. Also, as jihad said, I don't think VLP stands for what you think VLP stands for.
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#8
Steven B
these are the same size as the samsung ULV lol.
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#9
NdMk2o1o
Before big ass chunky RAM sinks became the norm this was just low profile and the shit they call low profile now was normal height with big ass chunky RAM sinks being high profile :rolleyes:
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