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Why migrate to DDR4?

3/12/2013 04:35 PM EDT
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eewiz
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re: Why migrate to DDR4?
eewiz   3/22/2013 4:53:47 AM
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ofcourse, will need a new motherboard.

green_is_now
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re: Why migrate to DDR4?
green_is_now   3/22/2013 2:47:15 AM
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Can this drop into DDR3 or does this need a new mB?

selinz
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selinz   3/13/2013 5:44:37 PM
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In short, lower power, better bandwidth, less "blue screens!" What's not to like?

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