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    The next generation of memory is here, but you shouldn't upgrade right now.
    DDR4 random-access memory (RAM) has been a standard component in most computers since 2015, but it has finally been superseded by DDR5, the next generation of double data rate memory that offers improved data transfer rates, clock speeds, efficiency, and slightly lower power consumption. DDR5 memory modules also have a higher die density, meaning that there will likely be sticks of DDR5 larger than 64GB apiece in the near future.

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    01-06-2022 01:11 PM

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