DDR4 RAM for sale in Japan



The DRAM standard is finally getting a long overdue refresh, and the first motherboards and processors that support the protocol will be appearing in the fall. As VR-Zone has previously reported, Intel will be first with a platform that supports DDR4 with its X99 chipset.

For those who really want to get their hands on a (currently unusable) DDR4 stick, a computer store in Japan has already began selling the modules in 16 and 32 GB variants for approximately $350 and $685 respectively. Yes, there’s a sticker shock but that’s the fee for early adopters.

via DDR4 RAM spotted for sale in Japan.






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