Kingston teases its DDR4 at IDF

Posted on Thursday, Sep 12 2013 @ 21:34 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Legit Reviews spotted that Kingston had a DDR4 system running at the IDF in San Francisco. The demo system contained 12 DDR4 modules with a capacity of 16GB, totaling a whopping 192GB of system memory. The modules have a frequency of 2133MHz, they use a 288-pin module design and have a power draw of 1.2V (versus 1.5V for DDR3).
Performance numbers weren’t shown, but this is a kind reminder of DDR4 memory’s upcoming mainstream adoption later in 2013.
Kingston DDR4 at IDF


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