Ddr4 Ram Description
An upgrade from DDR3 RAM, the DDR4 (Double Data Rate 4) RAM has improved speeds; achieved by more memory banks (16 rather than 8, like in the previous RAM). Also running on lesser voltage than its predecessor making it more efficient overall. The uniquely positioned gap in the pins below makes sure that it is not inserted into a non-compatible slot. DDR4 RAM chips are the first to have curved edged at the bottom so it is easier to insert them into the motherboard.
The greater memory bandwidth allow DDR4 RAM to keep up even with modern multi-core CPUs. This prevents the processing speeds from getting choked, making one's workflow smoother! The more known producers being Sandisk, Kingston and Ballistix.