According to Samsung, the company’s latest DDR5 DRAM chips made from 12nm semiconductor fabrication technology are the world’s first DDR5 DRAM chips. This latest generation chip is designed to work with AMD’s Zen processors, and Samsung claims these products have been tested for compatibility with AMD’s Zen processors.
As a result of advanced, multi-layer lithography, the new DDR5 DRAM chips from the company provide industry-leading die densities with the highest die density. The chips present a 20% higher wafer productivity. They offer up to 2Gbps data transmission speed. In 2023, Samsung will begin mass-producing its 12nm-class DDR5 DRAM chips in a capacity of up to 30GB 4K in just a single second. This speed is equivalent to processing two 30GB 4K movies in just one second.
It is anticipated that 12nm DRAM will be a foundation for sustainable operations in fields such as data centers, artificial intelligence systems, and the next generation of computer systems because of its power efficacy and improved performance.
In light of this timeline, we can expect to be able to see the devices running on this chip sometime during the Q4 of 2023.