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So where is DDR5 Ram for the PC?

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So what where's the DDR5 Ram for PC that's supposed to be 2x as fast as DDR4? It seems like DDR4 is here to stay for 2019.  

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5 minutes ago, BlueThumb said:

So what where's the DDR5 Ram for PC that's supposed to be 2x as fast as DDR4? It seems like DDR4 is here to stay for 2019.  

From what I remember, DDR5 is to be released early 2020. It's not twice as fast, but it should be a noticeable improvement.

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The first real DDR5 chips were made just last month. It'll be 2020 before it really hits the consumer market, and probably another year or two before it becomes the main memory type.

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