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DDR2 SDRAM

A wide array of capabilities makes our DDR2 an excellent memory choice for the diverse needs of many applications—from automotive and industrial to server, consumer, networking, and computing. In fact, we’ve designed both the long-term roadmap and the product features of our DDR2 memory with those needs in mind.

By Density

Density Width Voltage Clock Rate Package Op. Temp.
4Gb x8, x4 1.8V 400 MHz FBGA 0C to +85C
2Gb x16, x4, x8 1.8V 400 MHz, 333 MHz, 533 MHz FBGA 0C to +85C, -40C to +95C, -40C to +105C
1Gb x16, x4, x8 1.8V 400 MHz, 533 MHz, 333 MHz FBGA -40C to +95C, 0C to +85C, -40C to +105C
512Mb x16, x8, x4 1.8V 400 MHz, 533 MHz, 333 MHz FBGA -40C to +95C, 0C to +85C, -40C to +105C
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By Application

Performance

Performance

Enable better electrical performance and speed compared to DDR.

Reliability

High Reliability

Withstand extreme temperatures with extended operating ranges.

Density Range

High Density

Enable large memory subsystems with 256Mb to 4Gb densities, thanks to our dual-die package.

Power Efficiency

Low Power

Reduce power with our low 1.55V option.

Resources

Title & Description Updated Type
TN-00-32: Effect of X-Ray Radiation on Integrated Circuits and Techniques to Minimize Damage (pdf) This document explains that using ionizing or non-ionizing x-ray radiation to perform quality verifications of integrated circuit components can potentially damage the components depending on the amount of radiation that is absorbed. 04/2015 Technical Note Add Email
Shipping Quantities (pdf) Provides standard part quantities for shipping.
(CSN-04)
01/2015 Customer Service Note Add Email
DRAM Component Part Numbering System (pdf) Part numbering guide for DDR4/DDR3/DDR2/DDR/SDR SDRAM, Mobile LPDRAM, and RLDRAM components 12/2014 Part Numbering Guide Add Email
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