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    Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Says its first 16GB modules will run at 1.1v, up to 5,200Mbps, and arrive in approx Q3 2021.
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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    I hate the fact the X scale on the die density is equidistant but the scale on the interface improvement is not

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    I hate the fact the X scale on the die density is equidistant but the scale on the interface improvement is not
    Is it really representing linear time and the RAM types are milestones?

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    that is when I am going to to build a new monster rig.

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    I hate the fact the X scale on the die density is equidistant but the scale on the interface improvement is not
    Is it really representing linear time and the RAM types are milestones?
    It is kinda looking like RAM type over time

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    New type of motherboard or slot into the current? (Why am I asking this, max profit for oems are new boards)

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    New type of motherboard or slot into the current? (Why am I asking this, max profit for oems are new boards)
    Only a guess but i would think new motherboard as they use lower voltages.

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    New type of motherboard or slot into the current? (Why am I asking this, max profit for oems are new boards)
    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    Only a guess but i would think new motherboard as they use lower voltages.
    Not only the new voltages, the modules will be different if for no other reason than to stop users frying them by putting them into existing boards.
    Besides, DDR5 is possible the biggest change since DDR was introduced: 2 channels per module, some rudimentary onboard error correction.
    Needless to say no current CPU's IMC supports DDR5 as the spec was only finalised back in July.

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    New type of motherboard or slot into the current? (Why am I asking this, max profit for oems are new boards)
    Basically a new motherboard and everything that goes on it outside of the pcie parts lol.

    New cpu (intel will because intel and amd has integrated controller)
    New cpu socket (most likely)
    New ram
    Probably new ram sockets due to dual channel of ddr5, lower voltage etc.

    Might need a new psu too depending on if manufacturers decide to use the new power socket standard (ATX12VO if google is right)


    So basically you might as well look at building a full rig lol

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    Basically a new motherboard and everything that goes on it outside of the pcie parts lol.

    New cpu (intel will because intel and amd has integrated controller)
    New cpu socket (most likely)
    New ram
    Probably new ram sockets due to dual channel of ddr5, lower voltage etc.

    Might need a new psu too depending on if manufacturers decide to use the new power socket standard (ATX12VO if google is right)


    So basically you might as well look at building a full rig lol
    It's what I call "the guts" - CPU, motherboard, RAM. Every CPU upgrade I have ever done has had to be a "guts" upgrade.

    Also, as said earlier, I can guarantee that DDR5 will need a new CPU and motherboard. Memory controllers are part of the CPU these days. No current CPU on sale has a DDR5 capable controller.

    Something else to bare in mind: DDR5 will be stupidly expensive when it first comes out and will not offer much more performance than DDR4 in the real world (apart from maybe in APU's)
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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Update: TEAMGROUP Successfully Develops Consumer-Grade DDR5 Memory and Is First To Enter the Validation Phase With Motherboard Manufacturers

    https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/news...p?index_id=149

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    I wonder what the performance difference will be between ddr4 and ddr5. Also the price

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    Re: Team Group outlines its DDR5 memory release plans for 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by Baffed View Post
    I wonder what the performance difference will be between ddr4 and ddr5. Also the price
    If past transitions are anything to go by the early performance differences will probably be negligible, we reached peak latency sometime ago and since then it's been about increasing bandwidth and lowering voltages.

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