All of you elite master race gamers out there better get your pennies up, Samsung has begun what will eventually (and in the PC world this word doesn’t mean a long time from now in a galaxy far away, it means very soon) become the new standard for memory. This is beginning with an interest in selling to enterprise-level business solutions, but will inevitably trickle down to the gaming community now that the wheels have actually begun turning for the DDR4 RAM format again. These chips are a full 10 nanometers smaller than DDR3 and will become available soon in sizes such as 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and larger.
Currently the 4GB chip is known to function at 2,667 megabits per second. DDR4 RAM is also known to consume 30% less power than DDR3 while greatly reducing over-heating potential. As if that isn’t enough for one announcement, Samsung has also reported that their new V-NAND technology is ready for manufacturing use and will eventually see RAM holding over 128GB of memory in just one stick.
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