ADATA Launches DDR4 DRAM Modules

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    ADATA announced today that the company's new generation DDR4 SDRAM modules will be on display at the Intel Developer Forum 2013 (IDF13), held this year in San Francisco. Targeting server and render f...

    ADATA Launches DDR4 DRAM Modules
     
  2. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    At least another year or so before we see DDR4 compatible CPUs/chipsets right?
     
  3. Loobyluggs

    Loobyluggs Ancient Guru

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    Didn't take Crucial long to update their main page...
     
  4. ATR

    ATR Member Guru

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    Samsung were talking about ddr4 months ago. and already had ddr4 dimms
     

  5. kenoh

    kenoh Active Member

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    we need to go strait to MRam before we see anything revolutionary! That's the only way we will fix our storage bottleneck and will make storage safer by a large margin while increasing performance ten fold!

    Last but not least we need to drop silicon and start using graphene for are chips or even better Molybdenite which uses 100,000 times less energy then current chips!

    "Hopefully 100 years from now we'll have something similar to kryptonian crystals to power are every day needs!"
     
  6. CPC_RedDawn

    CPC_RedDawn Ancient Guru

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    hmmm holding off til Intel releases "Broadwell" CPU's might just be the right thing to do then, screw the 4770K lol. Bring me some "Broadwell" with proper solder between the chip and IHS, at least 30-50% more performance than my current CPU @ 4.2GHz with Broadwell at its stock frequencies and DDR4 memory support! That will be me sorted for quite some time :)

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    God damn it! Just read up on Broadwell being only for mobile/tablet department and that broadwell won't be releasing for desktop anytime in 2014. Looks like that Haswell refresh is the way to go then with the 6-8 core modules hitting us sometime next year.
     
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  7. kosh_neranek

    kosh_neranek Master Guru

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    Haswell-E will hopefully bring some real upgrade. And wouldn't it be nice if we could pair it with some proper GPUs designed for 4K resolution?Mhmm.. Anyway, hope that the "next-gen"consoles :)puke2:) won't slow us down for years to come..
     
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    icedman Master Guru

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    I cant wait till these become mainstream will really help out amd apu's I just hope the price isn't crazy high.
     

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