Samsung unveils 512GB DDR5 RAM with twice the speed of DDR4

Samsung recently introduced the first high-end RAM with High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) technology for 512GB DDR5, which is up to twice as fast as DDR4. Although it is faster, Samsung claims that its new DDR5 RAM requires 13% less power.

As a result, Samsung's new DDR5 RAM has a transfer speed of up to 7,200 Mbps, while DDR4 RAM has a transfer speed between 1600 Mbps and 3200 Mbps. Samsung used eight layers of 16GB DRAM for each chip on it (equivalent to 128GB), so they needed a combination of 16GB of RAM up to 32 times to make this 512GB RAM.

Samsung's recently unveiled 512GB DDR5 RAM is specifically designed for use on PCs in large companies that rely heavily on AI technology. However, in the near future, DDR5 RAM will definitely be made for the general user to take advantage of performance and gaming.

The South Korean tech giant also mentioned that for transfer speeds of up to 7,200 Mbps, it would offer speeds of up to 57.6 GB / s on a single channel. Because it will use a total of 8 DDR5 channels, it is also capable of 460 GB/s.

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