NewsBot Posted November 27, 2013 Share Posted November 27, 2013 It seems that DDR4 isnâ€™t as far away as we thought . According to Crucial Memoryâ€™s promo page itâ€™s going to come out late 2013. There is just one month left till the years end. So that being said, we are going to have DDR4 in our PCâ€™s hopefully by next month. Of course DDR4 has a different architecture, meaning we are going to need a different motherboard, we canâ€™t just put them in our old DDR3 systems. But, is it worth upgrading to DDR4? Crucial Memory also provided a comparison chart with some specifications of what DDR4 will offer, just to show you the difference. The DDR4 will only eat up 1.2Volts as stated by Crucial , while having twice the speed of DDR3 Memory. DDR4 will run on a base memory speed of 2133MHz while having 4GB as their minimum density. According to the chart, we can see that DDR4 is 100% faster than DDR3, requires 20% less voltage and has 300% more density than that of DDR3. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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