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Hynix Semiconductor, a leading maker of dynamic random access memory (DRAM), on Monday announced that it has developed 2Gb DDR4 DRAM and DDR4 DRAM based 2GB ECC-SODIMM applying its leading 30nm class process technology. The DDR4 DRAM product meets the JEDEC standard and the module product is designed for the micro server.

"With this product, Hynix will be able to provide premium solutions to our customers not only in the PC and server but also in the tablet market," said Mr. Ji-Bum Kim, chief marketing officer of Hynix.

The device works at the industry's fastest speed of 2400MHz (2400Mb/s), which is also 80% faster than DDR3 1333MHz product. The Module product operates at such a low voltage of 1.2V and processes up to 19.2GB/s of data per second with a 64-bit I/O.
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We are getting someplace
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Tablet market.... ha ha ha... in like 10 years.

Tablets are still on LPDDR2.
 

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Newegg review:

"Cons: Well the memory came in and wasn't the advertised speed it was 1333mhz CL9, and I had to change it manually. Not really a con, but it does take some time out of my day. If your not tech savy like me this kit might not be for you."
 

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Originally Posted by DayoftheGreek;12998686
Since when are Hz equal to bits? Or am I looking at this incorrectly...
It's correct. PC-1600 is capable of up to 1600mb/s, PC-2100 2133mb/s, PC-3200 3200mb/s, etc.
 

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Since when are Hz equal to bits? Or am I looking at this incorrectly...
They are not equal, the point he was making is that at 2400 Mhz DDR3,the memory speed is 300 Mhz for each chip, which is the standard they are using, and is really quite fast. In DDR3, the effective rate is 2^3 times the memory speed, i.e. 2400/8 = 300 MHz.

DDR : two transmissions per clock cycle "dual data rate"
For DDR3,
Bandwidth in Bytes: effectiveDDRClock * 64 * 2 / 8
Effective clock depends on the memory type, for DDR, effective clock is the same as the memory clock, for DDR2, it is twice, for DDR3, it is 4, for DDR4, it is 8, i.e. 2^(n-1) where n is the prefix to DDR.

I am guessing that he was implying that the current fastest memory speed is
 

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It's correct. PC-1600 is capable of up to 1600mb/s, PC-2100 2133mb/s, PC-3200 3200mb/s, etc.
Yes, but mb/s have no direct correlation to MHz. I think that's what he was getting at.
 

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Didn't Samsung already accomplish this?Hynix just stepping in claiming second place or what?
^This?^ Why is another company making it big news?
 

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yay, by the time these actually become a new standard, I might actually upgrade again...in 2014

^this... I just upgraded, don't plan on doing it again for at least 2 years...
 

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List of DDR4 developers:
Samsung
Hynix

Should be ready for Intel Haswell in 2013.
DDR4 won't even be massed produced until 2015...possibly 2014 at the very earliest.
 
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