DDR4 is the newest iteration in DRAM, loaded with new features that improve reliability, speed, power, and stacking capabilities for the enterprise, micro-server, ultrathin, tablet markets, automotive and embedded markets—industrial, consumer and connected home applications. With data rates reaching 2400 Mb/s, DDR4 increases performance up to 50% over DDR3. DDR4 also delivers a 20% reduction in voltage over DDR3—however, when DDR4’s additional power-saving features are taken into account, total overall power savings versus DDR3 can be as much as 35%.
DDR4 By Density
|Density||Width||Voltage||Clock Rate||Package||Op. Temp.|
|16G||x16, x8, x4||1.2V||n/a, 1200 MHz, 1333 MHz||FBGA||0C to +95C|
|8G||x8, x4, x16||1.2V||1200 MHz, 1333 MHz, 1067 MHz||FBGA, TFBGA||0C to +95C, -40C to +95C, -40C to +105C, -40C to +125C, n/a|
|4G||x8, x16, x4||1.2V||1200 MHz, 1333 MHz, 1600 MHz, 1067 MHz||FBGA, TFBGA||-40C to +95C, -40C to +105C, -40C to +125C, 0C to +95C|
Application compare to DDR3
Improve performance up to 50% compared to DDR3.
Reduce power up to 35% thanks to our low 1.2V option and other power-saving features.
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DDR4 and DDR3 memory slot are different, so mini pc designed for DDR4 may not support DDR3, those mini pc designed for DDR3 also not support DDR4.