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Pronounced “double data rate 4” The fourth generation of DDR RAM, which is frequently utilised in desktop and laptop computers, is known as DDR4. DDR3, the previous DDR standard, will be replaced by DDR4.
Larger capacity and faster data transmission rates are benefits due to increased memory density and the presence of additional memory banks (16 rather than 8). Additionally, DDR4 uses less power because it operates at a lower voltage than DDR3 did.
DIMMs and SO-DIMMs are the two main form factors for DDR4 memory modules. While laptops and all-in-one desktop PCs commonly use SO-DIMMs, desktop towers frequently employ DIMMs. A SODIMM (Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Module) is a memory module that is particularly made for laptop computers and has a smaller outline and thickness than regular DIMM modules.
The Global DDR4 SODIMM Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
HyperX, the gaming business of Kingston Technology, Inc., has introduced a new HyperX Impact DDR4 SODIMM memory for improved performance in notebooks and compact form factor PCs as people across the country continue to work from home and attend school from home.
To help improve the PC performance for a variety of working, gaming, and educational applications, the new single rank 16GB Impact DDR4 SODIMM memory is offered as single modules and in various kit configurations ranging from 8GB to 64GB.
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