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9900k or 1000k in future ?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am perfectly happy with my system,  I want to milk it some more then buy the XE version of the 1000k series or whatever it will be called.  Also does DDR5 come out at the same time.  I heard DDR5 is couple years away.. sighs.


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2 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

I am perfectly happy with my system,  I want to milk it some more then buy the XE version of the 1000k series or whatever it will be called.  Also does DDR5 come out at the same time.  I heard DDR5 is couple years away.. sighs.

Who told you that? DDR5 is expected some time this year with a base speed of 4600Mhz.

 

Will we see it on hardware this year? Almost certainly not but it should be mainstream by the end of 2020.


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10 000k or whatever it will be called will still be 14nm and ddr4, but the next series after that could finally be 10nm and ddr5. 

So ddr5 motherboards will out for both intel and amd in around 2020-2021.

I don't think amd will have it on their 4000 series, but 5000 series should have ddr5.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

10 000k or whatever it will be called will still be 14nm and ddr4, but the next series after that could finally be 10nm and ddr5. 

So ddr5 motherboards will out for both intel and amd in around 2020-2021.

I don't think amd will have it on their 4000 series, but 5000 series should have ddr5.

Well Master Disaster says late this year.  But you say 2021 possibly.  Which one is correct ?  Also won't we need a whole slew of new motherboards that can accept DDR5 and what not.


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Just now, Turtle Rig said:

Well Master Disaster says late this year.  But you say 2021 possibly.  Which one is correct ?  Also won't we need a whole slew of new motherboards that can accept DDR5 and what not.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/DDR5_SDRAM

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A 2016 presentation by Intel suggested a JEDEC plan to release a 2016 DDR5 SDRAM specification, with the memory being available for end user purchase in 2020.

https://www.eteknix.com/ddr5-ram-expected-2019/

https://www.notebookcheck.net/DDR5-RAM-production-postponed-for-end-of-2019.338878.0.html

 

Like I said, released late 2019, actually available in 2020.

 

The issue is, as Origami alluded too, memory support on modern systems is baked into the CPU so even if modules are available hardware which supports it might not be, at least not straight away. That said I wouldn't be surprised if AMD didn't add support to the upcoming Zen 2 chips then all it would take is a board refresh.

 

Both Intel and AMD should do refreshes in 2020 so my guess would be by the end of next year it will be available, on sale in stores alongside DDR4 and high end boards will support it.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/DDR5_SDRAM

https://www.eteknix.com/ddr5-ram-expected-2019/

https://www.notebookcheck.net/DDR5-RAM-production-postponed-for-end-of-2019.338878.0.html

 

Like I said, released late 2019, actually available in 2020.

 

The issue is, as Origami alluded too, memory support on modern systems is baked into the CPU so even if modules are available hardware which supports it might not be, at least not straight away. That said I wouldn't be surprised if AMD didn't add support to the upcoming Zen 2 chips then all it would take is a board refresh.

 

Both Intel and AMD should do refreshes in 2020 so my guess would be by the end of next year it will be available, on sale in stores alongside DDR4 and high end boards will support it.

Thanks MD my friend.  So beginning of 2020 you can buy DDR5 uh ?  In a year or so ?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I bet it will cost a arm and a leg to get.


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1 minute ago, Turtle Rig said:

Thanks MD my friend.  So beginning of 2020 you can buy DDR5 uh ?  In a year or so ?

Allow me to quote myself...

11 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

Both Intel and AMD should do refreshes in 2020 so my guess would be by the end of next year it will be available, on sale in stores alongside DDR4 and high end boards will support it.

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

Allow me to quote myself...

 

Sounds good.  I thought it was gonna be 2022 or 2023 so thats great news.  Thanks MD my friend.


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30 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

Well Master Disaster says late this year.  But you say 2021 possibly.  Which one is correct ?  Also won't we need a whole slew of new motherboards that can accept DDR5 and what not.

Yeah, as Master Disaster already said, the ram comes out this year, but because there needs to be new motherboards that support it, along with cpus, then we as the consumers will be able to use it in our computers in 2020-21.

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2 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

Yeah, as Master Disaster already said, the ram comes out this year, but because there needs to be new motherboards that support it, along with cpus, then we as the consumers will be able to use it in our computers in 2020-21.

Thanks my friend, that clears things up.


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