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Micron said that it has begun shipping "fully functional" DDR4 memory modules in sample numbers to customers.

DDR4 is expected to be shipping in volume in 2014, but Micron believes that it will enter volume production in the fourth quarter of this year and have the chips ready for applications in early 2013.

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Woah, Micron's buying out Elpida? Woaaaaah. I missed that one.
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Curious though, what CPU will be using it? Haswell and Broadwell will be using DDR3, same as Piledriver.

That leaves Skylake (2015) and Streamroller (2014).
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WTB DDR4 to DDR3 Adapter. Pst with info.
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I guess I could buy some DDR4 modules and stare at them for a few years until they can be used...
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Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

Curious though, what CPU will be using it? Haswell and Broadwell will be using DDR3, same as Piledriver.
That leaves Skylake (2015) and Streamroller (2014).

There's no news on Broadwell... it could very well include a memory controller revision to support DDR4.
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Like we need DDR4
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Like we need DDR4

DDR4 is for reduce power consumption, higher bandwidth, and point-to-point connections. You might not need these features but servers do.

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Originally Posted by Homeles View Post

There's no news on Broadwell... it could very well include a memory controller revision to support DDR4.
We probably will not see a CPU with a DDR3 and DDR4 controller. DDR4 topography might change:

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Like we need DDR4
Yeah I know... More speed always gets under my skin... This whole technology progression needs to come to a halt!
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Like we need DDR4

Progress is progress.
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