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Smart Modular begins to sample DDR4 memory modules

Smart Modular Technologies, a leading independent maker of specialty memory and storage solutions, said Thursday that it has begun shipments of DDR4 memory modules in sample quantities. The DDR4 memory modules are designed for servers, micro-servers, workstations, storage and networking applications. Currently, Smart Modular’s lineup of available DDR4-2133 1.2V modules …

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Japanese stores begin to sell DDR4 memory modules

Although the first systems that will need DDR4 memory modules will emerge on the market in several months, at least one store in Japan has already began to offer DDR4 memory sticks. Unfortunately, the price of the memory modules is very high even by Japanese standards. Akiba PC Hotline reports …

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Samsung announce first DDR4 module – 2.133Gbit at 1.2 volts

Samsung have just announced the completed development of the first DDR4 dynamic ram module, which offers twice the performance of today’s DDR3 DRAM and manages to lower power consumption by 40% when used in a notebook environment. Samsung said today that the development was completed last month, using 30 nm …

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DDR4 SDRAM aiming to break 4GHZ speed barrier

The memory market is extremely competitive, with manufacturers pushing speeds higher and higher every couple of months. News earlier this week hit the KitGuru newsdesk that HyperX DDR3 from Kingston had managed to break the 3GHZ barrier. DDR4 won’t be hitting the market overnight, many manufacturers feel there is plenty …

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