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ADATA Launches Premier DDR4 2133 U-DIMM Memory

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ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, today launches the Premier DDR4 2133 Unbuffered DIMM memory, which supports the latest Intel Haswell-E platform for extreme performance. Thanks to the benefits of DDR4 and rigorous production of ADATA, the DDR4 2133 U-DIMM memory module is the best upgrade solution for PC DIY users.

Faster Data Transfer, Higher Power Efficiency
With speeds of up to 2133 MHz and a transfer bandwidth reaching 17 GB/s, the Premier DDR4 2133 Unbuffered DIMM provides greater efficiency of data transfer than previous generations of DRAM. Compared to DDR3, DDR4 memory features faster clock frequencies and lower power consumption. Running at just 1.2 volts, the new DDR4 2133 Unbuffered DIMM can save 20% of the power making it an environmentally friendly component. In desktop PCs, the advantages of DDR4 will lead to lower costs and improved overall performance.

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We see more of the same false performance claims for high frequency RAM be it DDR3 or DDR4.

For those that don't know, there is no tangible performance increase for CPU powered desktop PCs with higher than 1600 MHz. because this RAM frequency is not a system bottleneck. So until 1600 MHz. RAM is a system bottleneck, there will be no significant system performance gains from higher frequency RAM be it DDR3 or DDR4. DDR4 is designed primarily for server use. DDR3 LV provides almost all the minor benefits of DDR4 and at a much lower price. Don't be duped by Intel, Asus or other marketing hype. Do your homework before wasting your money on hardware that won't provide any tangible system performance increase.
 
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We see more of the same false performance claims for high frequency RAM be it DDR3 or DDR4.

For those that don't know, there is no tangible performance increase for CPU powered desktop PCs with higher than 1600 MHz. because this RAM frequency is not a system bottleneck. So until 1600 MHz. RAM is a system bottleneck, there will be no significant system performance gains from higher frequency RAM be it DDR3 or DDR4. DDR4 is designed primarily for server use. DDR3 LV provides almost all the minor benefits of DDR4 and at a much lower price. Don't be duped by Intel, Asus or other marketing hype. Do your homework before wasting your money on hardware that won't provide any tangible system performance increase.
Well since DDR4 is inherently tied to better chipsets and processors than DDR3, I would say your argument is flawed. I am not arguing that DRAM frequencies make significant performance improvements within the same chipset family for gaming our average home use.
 
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We see more of the same false performance claims for high frequency RAM be it DDR3 or DDR4.

For those that don't know, there is no tangible performance increase for CPU powered desktop PCs with higher than 1600 MHz. because this RAM frequency is not a system bottleneck. So until 1600 MHz. RAM is a system bottleneck, there will be no significant system performance gains from higher frequency RAM be it DDR3 or DDR4. DDR4 is designed primarily for server use. DDR3 LV provides almost all the minor benefits of DDR4 and at a much lower price. Don't be duped by Intel, Asus or other marketing hype. Do your homework before wasting your money on hardware that won't provide any tangible system performance increase.
Desktop, yeah, not much point. Servers, you care a lot more for more memory-intensive stuff. Plus, as utengineer said, new RAM standard comes with new processors. Based on current market state, I don't think DDR4 will be proced very far from DDR3: they have stocks they have to move.
 
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I wonder what the latency on these is? I'm guessing horrible.
 
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I wonder what the latency on these is? I'm guessing horrible.
Based on the pictures, CL15 for 2133, which is not bad for non-enthusiast, non-ECC RAM, considering typical DDR3-1866 ECC memory is at CL13. I'm using DDR3-1866 ECC as a reference point here because you can't really find non-enthusiast 1866 RAM.

Expect enthusiast DDR4-2133 to hit at least CL13 or less with current DDR3-2133 ranging from CL9 to CL12.
 
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If people want haswell-e, including 8 core processor and all the new features of the platform, we have no choice but to buy DDR4 memory so DDR4 memory is not useless.