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FuturePlus
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DDR3 Row Hammer Failures
FuturePlus   8/5/2014 5:23:50 PM
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Would like to hear if folks are at all worried about the newly discovered "Row Hammer" failures.  Here are two links.  http://www.futureplus.com/images/FS2800/The%20Known%20Failure%20Mechanism%20in%20DDR3%20memory%20called%20Row%20Hammer.pdf

and an excellent study by CMU https://www.ece.cmu.edu/~safari/pubs/kim-isca14.pdf

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Useful for readers
kfield   7/30/2014 12:36:00 PM
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Janine: Yup, this aggregation is useful for readers. Websites are as much about "show me what ya got" as they are "here's what I want." 

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Re: Thanx
JanineLove   7/29/2014 10:22:15 AM
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Thanks for the feedback DrFPGA. I'll do my best to surface articles as I see them.

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DrFPGA   7/29/2014 9:43:27 AM
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For these surveys of common topics. Sometimes I miss one and having a collection like this allows me to double check. Wish we had more of these. Maybe a monthly 'best of' would be useful in all the topic areas...

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