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New higher density DDR4 memory sticks

Discussion in 'Memory' started by spirits247, 13 Aug 2020.

  1. spirits247


    Joined: 29 Jan 2007

    Posts: 725

    Noticed that Micron do higher density chips now so we are seeing DDR4 32GB (2x16GB) RAM packs that are single sided and single ranked. It's now the 64GB packs that are dual ranked.

    I can't find ANY information on these new chips or results from overclocking and timings! Are they even classed as e-die anymore as they are double the density on each chip and built on a smaller process.

    They all seem to talking about the single sided 16GB (2x8GB) kits or double sided 32GB (2x16GB) popular e-die kits from last year. I think these are now end of life?

    Might explain why the prices are coming down on 32GB kits as they use less chips. Anyone had any experience with these newer chips? Being single ranked, you'd need to overclock the 32GB packs higher now to equal the performance of the older dual ranked 32GB e-die kits.

    I'd imagine Samsung and Hynix will be doing the same?
  2. new boy


    Joined: 25 Jun 2009

    Posts: 3,381

    Location: Weston-super-Mare

    The ics are probably d9xpf

    There is a bit of talk about them if you Google that.

    They won't have anything in common with the rev.e chips I wouldn't think.
  3. spirits247


    Joined: 29 Jan 2007

    Posts: 725

    Thanks I'll take a look. Probably server ram that's making its way to the value 32GB ram kits.