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I'm definitely upgrading to ddr4 when it launches, I hope they also improve latency, I would love fast memory with low latency... There have been improvements in the data transfer protocol, that should make things better..

I would suggest waiting for a year or two. DDR4 prices are going to be similar to the DDR3's prices at initial launch.
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I would suggest waiting for a year or two. DDR4 prices are going to be similar to the DDR3's prices at initial launch.

Yeah, when prices are reasonable, you are right.
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DDR4 comming also means gddr6 right?
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DDR4 comming also means gddr6 right?

AMD mentioned GDDR6 will be based off of DDR4.
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posted June 6th, 2013
i've been holding out with ddr2, running 4x2gb = 8gb, but with 1x8gb DDR3 costing only $46 it's getting tough

An 8GB stick was $30 late last year & early this year.
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I'm also holding off 'till DDR4, and I will definitely wait for the prices to be reasonable.
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