DDR5, which is set to debut in 2019, requires lower voltages and is considerably faster than the current DDR4 standard. DDR5 speeds will be upped to 6400 MT/s and capacities should reach up to 32 Gb per chip.
DDR5 will provide and increase in overall performance. DDR5 only requires 1.1 volts, so it can actually perform faster that current DDR4 modules at around 9% lower voltage.
Furthermore, DDR5 will allow for increased capacity. The DDR5 standard will enable memory manufacturers to increase the capacity of single chips from 8 Gb to 16 Gb and even 32 Gb through internal error-correcting code technologies.
RAM is an acronym or abbreviation for random access memory. RAM is a computer device that works as the short-term memory of a computer where data is stored temporarily. RAM has different speeds and versions and continues to improve with technology.
DDR is the abbreviation for Double Data Rate. DDR3, and DDR4 memory are based on the design predecessor RAM SDRAM which stands for Synchronous RAM. This means that they synchronize things using a clock signal. Memories from the DDR category transfer two chunks of data in one cycle.
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