Samsung has announced 24 GB DDR5 RAM sticks that could secure another 768 GB. Obviously these would not be intended for the general public, but for companies that run global servers or have many cloud services, such as Microsoft.
The new DDR5 RAMs are thicker because they basically put together several smaller capacity chips to be able to reach the mentioned numbers. In this case, the 768GB RAM stick would be 24GB chips in one, a titanic capacity that’s overkill for any home task.
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These RAMs are also faster with 7200 Mbps of maximum speed and are 13% more efficient during power-up. So they would basically become the best product on the market for any large company. According to Tom’s Hardware
The DDR5 comes with a lot of force at the end of 2021, there are still no processors and motherboards compatible with these memories at home level. However, they are already being sold because they are expected to be in short supply shortly after their release. And it is that the new DDR5 are better in everything than the DDR4.
According to one study, DDR5 will be in most PCs by 2023, so 2022 will be the year of transition for many. In fact, Valve’s Steam Deck will come with 16GB of DDR5 RAM, so new gadgets will start using the new technology as well.
Samsung hasn’t revealed any pricing or release dates for these 768GB RAM sticks, but their launch shouldn’t be far behind.
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