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DDR5 memory will offer twice the performance
of the current DDR4 generation
DDR5 memories will not reach the market before 2020
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JEDEC, the organization responsible for PC memory standards, announced that the next generation RAM, which will be named DDR5, will provide twice the current generation DDR4 speed.
JEDEC said in a statement it would complete the development of DDR5 memory standards over the next year, adding that the DDR5 would “double the bandwidth and density compared to DDR4”. Then it will be the best in energy consumption.
Although the DDR5 memory standards will become official during 2018, the next generation of RAM will not begin manufacturing until 2020.
The current generation, DDR4, which ended its JEDEC standard setting in 2012, has not reached the market until 2015, as processors and chips must be up to dateViewing:-68
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