Futuristic: The 12th generation Core Alder Lake Intel has officially introduced DDR5, allowing users to choose between legacy DDR4 or a new DDR5-based platform. Unfortunately, lack of materials and delays in transfer have left most consumers without fresh memory. Despite the current challenges and the maturity of the current platform, Samsung has announced plans for the next generation of ultra-fast memory.
DDR5 is now the new block child. Bigger, faster (in some ways anyway) and unfortunately very hard to find. Since the release of the new DDR standard, and now with the 12th generation of Intel's Alder Lake processors, enthusiasts have been eager to get every DDR5 memory stack for increased speed and memory capacity. During this year's Samsung Technology Day, the company took the reins and revealed plans for next-generation memory expansion, which are sure to catch the attention of strangers everywhere. p>
DDR5 doubled the standard speed of JEDEC DDR4, and increased 3200MHz (MT/s) to 6400MHz Although not accepted as a JEDEC standard, Samsung plans to double the accepted standard speed again with DDR6, increasing it to 12800Mbps and raising the theoretical overclocking speed to 17,000Mbps . This standard is currently in the early stages of development and is scheduled for adoption in 2024.