DRAM speed already reaches 7Gb/s/pin for GDDR interface [1,4]. As the bit rate increases, jitter of PLL, data-sampling margin, crosstalk and intersymbol interference (ISI) needs considerable management [1,3,5]. Moreover, as the supply voltage decreases, the self-generated internal noise of DRAM increases due to low efficiency of the internal voltage generator, especially the VPP voltage generator . In general, the sensitivity of PLL to supply noise gives rise to large jitter accumulation. If the supply noise frequency is close to the PLL bandwidth, more jitter peaking occurs. Therefore, the PLL bandwidth is an important parameter to achieve low jitter performance . Crosstalk becomes a crucial issue for over 7Gb/s GDDR interface . However, the complexity of the transmitter and the CIO, capacitance of I/O, increase due to additional equalizers and pre- and de-emphasis drivers. For a compact transmitter, a low-overhead boosted transmitter is developed . This paper presents an adaptive-bandwidth PLL in response to the supply and channel noises, a fast pre-charged data sampler without an additional decision-feedback equalizer (DFE), a crosstalk-induced-jitter-reduction technique and a compact transmitter with pre- and de-emphasis.