[coreboot] Rowhammer mitigation: RH activation probability
nico.h at gmx.de
Fri Dec 14 09:20:04 CET 2018
On 07.12.18 22:46, Taiidan at gmx.com wrote:
> rowhammer is almost entirely a laptop problem or for that matter
> anything that uses SODIMM's due to their high density.
That doesn't seem right. Can you give any examples of chips commonly
used on SO-DIMMs that can't be found on DIMMs? I had the feeling you
find the same chips on both. SO-DIMMs often host 16 chips. If you'd
want the same capacity on a DIMM with less chip density, you'd need
32 chips (or physically bigger chips). Never seen that (though didn't
look for it either).
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