Slowly, but surely, manufacturers are starting to announce their DDR4 products. This time, Adata has announced its next generation of DDR4 DRAM modules, which it will be aimed at server and render farm uses.
The company's DDR4 SDRAM (double data rate 4th-gen synchronous dynamic random-access memory) modules feature higher clock speeds as well as improved power consumption. The units are said to feature data transfer rates of up to 3.2 Gb/s, with frequencies as high as 2133 MHz at stock specifications. The reduced power consumption comes from the fact that the modules are able to run on just 1.2 volts.
So far it is still somewhat unclear when DDR4 will become a mainstream standard, though many developments seem to be pointing towards sooner rather than later.