AMD Set to Launch Ryzen Before March 3rd, Meeting Q1 Target
It says "recently launched", not released, so there is every possibility this is not a retail availability date. The actual retail availability date will be the same as all the motherboards ASUS, MSI, and the other manufacturers showed off at CES, so I'd look for leaks on their release date.
DDR4 will likely be replaced soon with DDR5
servers will be fist up, consumers 2 years after, sources from micron and samsung
You are incorrect. DDR5 will not be on the market until at least 2020, which is the same year AMD targets for Socket AM4's successor.
Arbeitsspeicher: DDR5 nähert sich langsam der Marktreife - Golem.de
My page came from information from JEDEC who has the standards, you article does not have any references to DDR5, while mine is.
Servers will be first for DDR5 who need the memory. As my post stated, the standard should be ready by the end of the year.
If you read the page, and translated it:
I do not need to translate German, I speak, read and write 12 languages
If you have bothered read my article, you obviously have not.
I added a image from Micron I saved for a larger page on the topic but I have not had time
I have whole deck of slides for DDR5
I want it now!
I do too, but the price has to be right with it requiring new RAM and motherboard as well
RAM seems to follow a roughly 5 year cycle between generations.
If I had more time I could make a Gantt chart showing how the memory for the PC has gone through several revisions as the performance has been ratcheted up
My PC is so powerful today that its makes the old mainframes I use to use look outright sluggish.
Intel has Kaby lake out already, but I am looking at video cards too, the old HD 7870 is still respectable but I was considering modern game demands
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