DDR4 Memory will be featuring have much lower power consumption over the previous design with rated voltages of 1.2 – 1.1 Volt. At the same time while aiming for lower power consumption, DDR4 memory would push the frequencies past the barrier with speeds of 4266 MHz and possibly even more knowing that current DDR3 DIMMs do around 3000 MHz. The early samples of DDR4 memory would end up around 3200 – 3466 MHz and would gradually increase over the time as more products start supporting the new memory type which include Haswell-E plus Skylake from Intel and Carrizo APU from AMD.
I'm surprised Mushkin got beat to the punch.
By G-Skill of all companies.