Thursday, October 2nd 2014

Kingmax Announces its DDR4 Modules, Expects Market to Grow in 2015

KINGMAX, a leading memory brand, showcased its DDR4 memory module during COMPUTEX Taipei, held in June 2014. After a period of integration, KINGMAX now officially announces its DDR4 application solution has entered mass production. In response to market trends, four types of memory clock speeds have been launched: 1866/2133/2400/3200MHz, with speeds that meet 14.9GB/s to 25.6GB/s requirements, and have exceptionally high transmission efficiency. With the setting of memory standards for the next-generation DDR4 RAM by JEDEC, many companies have taken a wait-and-see approach for the right opportunity. With the launch of Intel's Haswell-E processor platform, which supports DDR4, it is believed that computer products with DDR4 will gradually appear in the market, triggering a rapid increase in a spectacular rise in usage of DDR4 in 2015.
KINGMAX DDR4 is equipped high performance features, such as high clock speed, low voltage and low latency, launching unbuffered DIMM, SO-DIMM, registered DIMM, ECC unbuffered DIMM and VLP registered DIMM in one go. As the DDR4 memory chip is FBGA-packaged, and the memory module's base capacity is 4GB, pushing the capacity specification to 16GB is not a problem. Users who are thinking of upgrading their hardware may consider other related computer products at the same time. Similar to the previous generation's DDR2 and DDR3, DDR4 is not backwards compatible. For users looking to enjoy a single module with high data transmission, low power consumption and higher capacities, KINGMAX DDR4 will be a good starting point to go with hardware. Under strict quality assurance, it will definitely bring you a brand new memory module experience.
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5 Comments on Kingmax Announces its DDR4 Modules, Expects Market to Grow in 2015

#1
Jorge
Since DDR4 only offers tangible benefits to new servers, DDR4 sales will be slow for years to come as there is no real need for it. Hopefully some day PC performance will actually have a need for it and the prices will be realistic by then.
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haswrong
"With the launch of Intel's Haswell-E processor platform, which supports DDR4, it is believed that computer products with DDR4 will gradually appear in the market, triggering a rapid increase in a spectacular rise in usage of DDR4 in 2015."

sounds dishonest as phuck..
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Melvis
Expects to grow in 2015? :roll: Well of course it will, omg these guys make me laugh lol
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Dippyskoodlez
Jorge
Since DDR4 only offers tangible benefits to new servers, DDR4 sales will be slow for years to come as there is no real need for it. Hopefully some day PC performance will actually have a need for it and the prices will be realistic by then.
Broadwell will force adoption rather quickly.
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The Von Matrices
Dippyskoodlez
Broadwell will force adoption rather quickly.
There's no point to replying to Jorge. He seems to have a personal interest that is somehow threatened by DDR4. He posts in every DDR4 article the same thing but then refuses to reply to any comments that might refute his beliefs. He won't even correct some of the misleading information he keeps repeating:
Jorge
As the story notes these DDR4 DIMMs are for SERVERS. There is zero benefit using DDR4 in CPU powered desktop systems compared to DDR3 LV. In fact with the high price of DDR4 and the fact you can't add RAM but must replace ALL DDR4 RAM if you decide to change RAM capacity, DDR4 is all sales hype for desktop use. That is what Intel and some mobo makers are hoping the technically clueless will literally buy into. This is how they generate windfall profit.
Jorge
Stupidness sells. Colors, heatsinks and stylin are big hot buttons for the technically challenged who would buy DDR4 when it offers no tangible system performance over 1600 MHz. DDR3 LV.
Jorge
If you're not running a server, DDR4 is pointless. Of course if you haven't done your homework you might fall for the advertising hype only to be hugely disappointed in the lack of system performance change. It's always sad to read the tales of woe from the clueless after their money is gone.
Jorge
DDR4 is primarily for servers and offers almost nothing over DDR3 ULV. Most servers still run RAM at ~1600 MHz.

The DDR4 hype is to get gullible PC fans to buy new RAM they don't need and that won't provide any tangible system performance gain.
Jorge
Since DDR3 running at 1600 MHz. is NOT a system bottleneck on a desktop PC, DDR4 offers nothing over DDR3 LV. Even APUs only see a small tangible system performance improvement with up to ~2133 MHz. DDR3.

DDR4 is intended primarily for servers even though the DRAM sellers, InHell and Asus will try to dupe consumers by over-hyping DDR4 when it offers no tangible system performance advantage. Tests with real applications confirm this. People can run their own tests with DDR3 and 1600 MHz. frequency vs. >1600 MHz. and real apps. to confirm faster DRAM provides no tangible system performance benefit on CPU powered desktops.

Don't get scammed, do your homework.
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