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    SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Ultra-high speed and high density 16Gb DDR5 DRAM is built on 10-nano class process.
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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Bleh. Looks like DDR4 will have lasted me 1 PC build then.

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Quote Originally Posted by Dashers View Post
    Bleh. Looks like DDR4 will have lasted me 1 PC build then.
    They need to keep up the ram prices. Now you need to upgrade again.

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    thats a long way off, I was hoping to see consumer versions sooner.

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Looking good. what about the form factor, is this going to require a new mobo?

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Quote Originally Posted by Dashers View Post
    Bleh. Looks like DDR4 will have lasted me 1 PC build then.
    I'm still rocking an i7-3770 with 16Gb of DDR3, as long as your GPU and HDD keep up I'm sure you'll be fine for a while yet...

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashers View Post
    Bleh. Looks like DDR4 will have lasted me 1 PC build then.
    I'm still rocking an i7-3770 with 16Gb of DDR3, as long as your GPU and HDD keep up I'm sure you'll be fine for a while yet...
    Just the same here...
    And also I just both small factor i7 3770 / 16GB to be a local server.
    Enough computing power for my needs atm and in addition current prices puts me off of upgrading.
    But at some point, maybe a shinning ryzen?

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashers View Post
    Bleh. Looks like DDR4 will have lasted me 1 PC build then.
    I'm still rocking an i7-3770 with 16Gb of DDR3, as long as your GPU and HDD keep up I'm sure you'll be fine for a while yet...
    same still on ddr3 1600

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Same here - 12GB DDR3 1600. Considering increasing the quantity but DDR5 will be long since established before I consider anything more. It works just fine for my needs and does not present a bottleneck.

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    None of the house PCs here have DDR4 yet

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    None of the house PCs here have DDR4 yet
    This. They're not likely to at current prices either.

    Got a desktop with 16gb ddr3, a server with 8gb of the same and a laptop with ddr2.

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Hopefully the prices drop before 2020, the high spec DDR3 ram I bought back in 2012 is still the same price now and the equivalent high spec ddr4 is just a silly price in comparison

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Quote Originally Posted by Dashers View Post
    Bleh. Looks like DDR4 will have lasted me 1 PC build then.
    Probably the same here but, I only recently upgraded and don't expect to do so again for several years, especially as gaming has dropped way down my list of priorities this year.

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    still on DDR3 2133, best upgrade I made.

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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    Quote Originally Posted by spacein_vader View Post
    This. They're not likely to at current prices either.

    Got a desktop with 16gb ddr3, a server with 8gb of the same and a laptop with ddr2.
    Yep not much chance of me introducing even DDR4 in the near future:

    Desktop: 32GB DDR3
    Server 1: 32GB DDR3
    Server 2: 16GB DDR3
    Server 3: 48GB DDR3
    Server 4: 8GB DDR3

    I probably don't need all of those however TBH :-D
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    Re: SK hynix claims first DDR5 chips to meet the JEDEC standards

    i hope RGB is also a memory by then or seriously phased down
    john

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