It might seems hard to believe, but it has been several months since consumer DDR4 products first appeared on the market. Yet for me, those products have been around for a fair bit longer than they have been in stores. The company to first have samples widely available for testing was none other than Micron. Crucial is Micron’s consumer-focused division we all know and love, memories of Micron “D9” memory IC’s and the ever-so-fast-yet-affordable Crucial M4 still floating around enthusiast forums the world over. In fact, I’ve been using Crucial M4 drives in my test systems for many years now, so they have definitely impressed themselves upon me. But today, we’ve got some DDR4 to look at, not an SSD.