The DDR4 Jungle
There was a wide variety of DDR4 vendors present; Samsung, Crucial, ADATA, G.Skill, Corsair, Micron, Hynix, and Kingston.
A nice section was set up for DDR4 vendors, and there was a nice chart showing capabilities for server DIMMs.
SK Hynix was showing off a wide array of memory. Hynix makes a lot of the DDR4 that goes into kits from other vendors, so you might see another brand such as G.Skill or Kingston using Hynix.
Crucial was showing off its line-up. They had a wide variety for both consumer and enterprise.
Corsair was showing off its DDR4 line up, which is mostly geared towards enthusiasts. They had their Dominator Platinum 3200MHz kit running 3333MHz on the ASUS Rampage V Extreme.
G.Skill was demonstrating 3200MHz with 32GB of memory and 3333MHz with 16GB of memory. Their fastest kit is 3333MHz and was also set up in an ASUS Rampage V Extreme motherboard.
Kingston had many different types of DDR4 displayed, most notably their Predator series.
ADATA had a very interesting kit with many memory ICs on it. The module features 16GB of DDR4 on a single DIMM for high density servers or workstations.
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