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[Crucial] DDR4 RAM Price Spotted

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The only listed module ($445.99): 16GB kit (8GBx2), 288-pin DIMM, DDR4 PC4-17000 memory module

Quite expensive, but it will of course be cheaper once we see some new chipsets and it becomes mainstream  :)

DDR4 isn't really relevant until skylake anyways (unless your barreh/wallet is ready for Haswell-E), and rumors suggest that carizzo (next gen kaveri) might support ddr3 and ddr4.

I sure won't upgrade to DDR4 anytime soon

 

Edit: This is server RAM, which a lot of people glanced over, so it has ECC and all that other good stuff, which is why it's so expensive (+ new tech and all that)

 

 

 

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I'm sorry. Either I'm blind or I missed it. Where is the price? Also give us some your input/feedback in the OP.

EDIT: You either ninjaed or saw my post. Is that the price because of the RAM factory gone? Or is that what it will start even if RAM prices go back to normal? Probably will be worth more than the cheapest processor that uses DDR4.

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"One of the listed modules ($445.99)"

 

I'd like to say I would dump all my money into brand new RAM but...

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Holy shit! Ram is already expensive enough these days but that just blows everything out of the water. The cheapest ram is 7.31 a gig these days and this is 28.37. 4 times the price. Fuck this. 

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AHAHAHAHA!

Wtf.

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not worth it.. it'll be unstable piece of crap when it comes out.. i'll wait a couple of years

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I think I'll just stick with my Ram.

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It does say that those dimms are registered and ECC. If DDR4 follows the same trend as DDR3 then non-ECC and un-registered dimms would cost about half as much. Which is still ~$220 for 16GB.

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Seriously, what's wrong with people around here? Were you all born yesterday and don't know new RAM technologies have always been overpriced when launched, so much that it was recommended to stay on an older platform?

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Love how they just omit the latency. Bet it's CL35. Lots of burst bandwith, but you'll have time to go on holiday and come back again from the point where you access something to where it's actually begun transferring.

 

I will buy into DDR4 once single 16GB modules drop below $200.

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CL15, I expected worse.

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DDR4 will suffer though :/

 

anyways it will take 1+ year for the prices to get affordable 

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It does say that those dimms are registered and ECC. If DDR4 follows the same trend as DDR3 then non-ECC and un-registered dimms would cost about half as much. Which is still ~$220 for 16GB.

 

Why have no one seen this post? This is server grade memory so of course it would be a lot more expensive. Mainstream memory would be about half that price or so.

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288 pin RAM? Is the newer RAM socket going to be longer? I doubt that, but I could of course be wrong.

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288 pin RAM? Is the newer RAM socket going to be longer? I doubt that, but I could of course be wrong.

maybe more dense pins? i don't know  :P

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Well.. that makes sense. They will of course need more bandwidth for communicating. Mini ITX boards are going to have problem with it probably because it will take a lot more space.

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Damn! Thats Kinda Cheap for a 16 GB DDR4 Kit. Much cheaper then i expected. I was prepared to pay for a 16 GB kit: 622 USD = 4000 SEK

 

Seems my future will be bright if the prices are correct, seems like no money issues after all:D

 

But This DDR4 seems to Be ECC server grade and they use to be expensiver then the normal ones, also DDR4 NORMAL maybe will be cheaper:D

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Damn! Thats Kinda Cheap for a 16 GB DDR4 Kit. Much cheaper then i expected. I was prepared to pay for a 16 GB kit: 622 USD = 4000 SEK

 

Seems my future will be bright if the prices are correct, seems like no money issues after all:D

 

But This DDR4 seems to Be ECC server grade and they use to be expensiver then the normal ones, also DDR4 NORMAL maybe will be cheaper:D

 

It will take a while, but it will be a lot cheaper than this  ;)

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Seriously, what's wrong with people around here? Were you all born yesterday and don't know new RAM technologies have always been overpriced when launched, so much that it was recommended to stay on an older platform?

Yep, it's always like this.

I paid 155 USD (if you remove tax and other extra fees for being in Sweden it would be like 100 USD) for 4GB of DDR3 back in 2008. I am really excited for when the prices goes down and 16GB modules becomes fairly common.

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It will take a while, but it will be a lot cheaper than this  ;)

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Thx for the Alert anyways:D

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