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The demand for capacity and off-chip bandwidth to DRAM will continue to grow as we integrate more cores onto a die. However, as the data rate of DRAM has increased, the number of DIMMs supported on a multi-drop bus has decreased. Therefore, traditional memory systems are not sufficient to meet both these demands. We propose the DIMM tree architecture for(More)
—The demand for capacity and off-chip bandwidth to dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) will continue to grow as we integrate more cores onto a die. However, as the data rate of DRAM has increased, the number of dual in-line memory modules (DIMMs) supported on a multi-drop bus has decreased. Therefore, traditional memory systems are not sufficient to meet(More)
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