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DDR3 is a great solution for compute and embedded systems—from desktop, notebook, server, and networking to industrial, consumer and connected home applications. When you’re ready to design in DDR3, we’ll be here to help. As an industry leader, we are expertly equipped to help you sort through the technical details and recommend the best DDR3 solution for your application.

By Density

Density Width Voltage Clock Rate Package Op. Temp.
8Gb x16, x8 1.35V 933 MHz, 800 MHz FBGA 0C to +95C, -40C to +95C
4Gb x8, x16, x4 1.35V, 1.5V 933 MHz, 1066 MHz, 800 MHz, 1000 MHz, n/a FBGA -40C to +95C, -40C to +105C, 0C to +95C, -40C to +125C
2Gb x8, x16 1.35V, 1.5V 800 MHz, 933 MHz FBGA -40C to +95C, -40C to +105C, 0C to +95C, -40C to +125C
1Gb x16, x8 1.35V, 1.5V 933 MHz, 1066 MHz FBGA -40C to +125C, -40C to +95C, 0C to +95C, -40C to +105C
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Provide thin, lightweight, portable designs enabled by smaller packages sizes in a variety of densities.

Power Savings

Power Savings

Deliver extended performance with 1.35V and reduced standby support that boosts battery life.

Featured Products

1 GHz for Graphics Applications

See 1 GHz DDR3 Parts

Graphics applications demand a balance between cost and performance. The newest addition to our broad DDR3 portfolio, DDR3-2133, meets the needs of both. With a 33% faster data-transfer rate than standard DDR3-1600, support for the latest SoCs/GPUs, low power consumption, and the right cost/performance point, our new class of 2Gb- and 4Gb-based 1 GHz devices is ideal for the graphics market.

8Gb Monolithic

Learn More About Micron's 8Gb Monolithic DDR3

Micron’s 8Gb monolithic DDR3 is an industry first—enabling more cost-effective scaling of high-density server modules, which lowers total cost of ownership (TCO) for data centers. Our 8Gb monolithic DDR3 is ideal for high-end enterprise computing and storage systems, cloud servers, as well as networking applications and client computing systems.


Product Information
DDR2 SDRAM to DDR3 SDRAM comparison chart
  • Updated: 09/22/2015
Technical Notes
Details of how DDR3 SDRAM consumes power and provides the tools that system designers can use to estimate power consumption.
  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 05/14/2007