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Old 22-09-17, 01:49 PM
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Rambus has working DDR5 silicon in their labs

DDR5 could be in servers as early as 2019.



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Old 25-09-17, 06:50 AM
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2019 huh? Seems like my platform upgrade has to wait a little longer...

Still rocking a 4770k with 16 gigs of RAM and planned to upgrade around next year :/ When they say that production starts in 2019, can we expect them to hit the shelves around 2020 or still in 2019? (Thinking they might start production in EARLY 2019, lol)
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If nothing happens, that will be about the time I retire the 1800X. It will be a welcome upgrade by then.
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If nothing happens, that will be about the time I retire the 1800X. It will be a welcome upgrade by then.
Same can be said about my 1700X as well. I'd assume AMD would launch the AM5 socket with DDR5 as well as other things like PCIe 4.0, USB 3.2, and possibly dropping USB 2.0 entirely
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