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    DDR5 forecast to overtake DDR4 in bit shipments in 2023

    Servers will be the driving force, but DDR5 will dominate the whole DRAM market by 2026.
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    Re: DDR5 forecast to overtake DDR4 in bit shipments in 2023

    So Next year same time, new PC with it all here

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    Re: DDR5 forecast to overtake DDR4 in bit shipments in 2023

    Is the key word here 'forecast'?

    In which case, the key question must surely be how good were Yole Developments' DDR3 to DDR4 forecast compared to the reality?

    Problem is, I can't find that forecast (if they ever made one).

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    Re: DDR5 forecast to overtake DDR4 in bit shipments in 2023

    Additionally, DDR5 is more power efficient and include other architectural niceties like on-die ECC
    Oh, DDR5 is going to have native ECC? That's surprising.

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    Re: DDR5 forecast to overtake DDR4 in bit shipments in 2023

    The ECC aspect is not as clear-cut:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGwcPzBJCh0


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    Re: DDR5 forecast to overtake DDR4 in bit shipments in 2023

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    The ECC aspect is not as clear-cut:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGwcPzBJCh0

    Thank you for this link, I was really hyped for the ECC, guess it was just marketing, BS and cost reduction.
    Ah well, it was in fact too good to be true.

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