DDR4 memory rumored to be used in Intel Haswell-EX



/ 6 years ago

The computing industry will see its next transition to a new memory standard only by 2014, and enterprise processors based on the “Haswell” microarchitecture will drive the change, according to a VR-Zone report.

While client processors based on the Haswell architecture will retain current DDR3 memory standard with a possibility of higher DDR3 clock speeds, enterprise processors under the “Haswell-EX” family will feature the industry’s first DDR4 memory controllers for x86. Following that, DDR4 will filter down to future client platforms. Pictured below, is a DDR4 UDIMM by Samsung.

Source: VR Zone


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