DDR4 will launch in the year of 2014.

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DDR4 will launch in the year of 2014 what should we expect from DDR4?

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DDR4 will launch in the year of 2014.

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Hi Kelseyy Jones,

Yes, it was announced in other sights that DDR4 should launch in 2014. Of course, it would be much better than DDR3, and other lower versions of the series, but the question is what features of the DDR4, or its major difference from any other RAM's should we expect in their upcoming release date which is 2014. Considering from the previous versions changes like change in data transfer rate and power consumption, DDR4 should be faster, and should consume less power than DDR3. Sources state that 2,133 million transfers per second in DDR3 should be 4,266 million transfers per second in DDR4 which is actually double the speed in DDR3. When it comes to power consumption, DDR4's consumption should be around at 1.2 volts to 1.05 volts. Not only that but there are also still a lot of things we should be expecting in DDR4. Well, they say it has better parity protection and recovery from errors. Indeed, there are a lot of things we should expect, but we should wait until we can finally grab the latest features brought by this new micro architecture.

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DDR4 will launch in the year of 2014.

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DDR stands for Double Data Rate and is a kind of RAM or Random Access Memory that a computer uses to work properly. A computer will not run without an installed RAM. DDR4 already exists in 2012 but newer computers still rely on DDR3 to function. And there are also computers that still uses DDR [or DDR1] and DDR2.

GDDR3, GDDR4 and GDDR5 are memory technologies specific to a computer's graphic cards. However, GDDR memory is not the same as DDR memory, which currently exists up to DDR3. Each new version of DDR requires a much lesser power consumption than the previous one. DDR3 memory has a much better speed compared to DDR2 and they are also incompatible with each other because of their different power requirement.

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