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G.Skill Shows Off DDR4 at IDF 2013

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Memory maker G.Skill shows off its first DDR4 DIMMs at Intel Developer Forum 2013, with engineering samples of 4GB DDR4 modules running at 2133Mhz as based on SK Hynix DDR4 chips.

DDR4 Since the first Intel platforms able to run DDR4 RAM (Haswell-E) is still under wraps the G.Skill demo was static, meaning it did not actually involve functioning modules.

“The next generation of DDR memory is still under development, and G.Skill is working to push the new technology to its limits in the future,” the company says.

Haswell-E processors should feature up to 8 cores and Wellsburg core-logic as well as quad-channel DDR4 memory and SATA Express support.

Also seen at the G.Skill IDF 2013 stand is a live demo of 3000MHz 32GB DDR3 RAM, running on an Intel Core i7-4960X CPU and an Asus X79-Deluxe motherboard.

Go G.Skill at IDF 2013