Wednesday, August 24, 2011

JEDEC reveals the first details on DDR4

We know the first technical features that come with the next memory standard RAM, DDR4. JEDEC has unveiled the first data on the new RAM. The next standard is developed and its output is expected to occur in the second quarter of 2012. For now known as JEDEC to the first data. At the moment there is talk of a transfer rate of 3.2GT / s or less, a figure that moves away from the current 1.6GT / s DDR3 is able to offer.

The memory modules will be considerably faster DDR4 reaching 2.667Mhz modules have rated speed, bearing in mind that we can now see 2.400/2.500Mhz speed by overclocking the best we realize that the new standard may be. As for the consumption is also estimated to be low, shuffled modules operating at 1.2V or even 1.05V or 1.1V to 1.6V front, 1.5V and 1.35V we currently have with DDR3.

JEDEC has not yet provided the latencies, but keep in mind that even they have a long development time and these figures may change.

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