Monday, August 16, 2010


It was revealed at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco 2008 that the successor to DDR3 will be known as DDR4. It is currently in the design stage, and is expected to be released in 2012.[16] When released, it is expected to run at 1.2 volts or less,[17][18] versus the 1.5 volts of DDR3 chips and have in excess of 2 billion data transfers per second.

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