SK Hynix Unveils World's First 32GB DDR5-6400 SODIMM And UDIMM

SK Hynix introduces the world’s first 32GB DDR5-6400 SODIMM and UDIMM memory module. The manufacturer is ahead of everyone in a new generation of SODIMM and UDIMM modules with these capacities and speeds.

SK Hynix Unveils World’s First 32GB DDR5-6400 SODIMM and UDIMM

The first 32GB UDIMM/SODIMM memory modules with DDR5-6400 speeds are already being tested for customers, Hynix reports, which is a big win for the company.

”Press Release: SK Hynix is ​​moving forward to become a world-class technology company and take the lead in the next DDR5 era. Hynix recently announced that it has developed the industry’s first 32 GB (gigabyte) SODIMM * UDIMM modules with a DDR5 speed of 6,400 Mbps (megabits per second), and was the first in the industry to provide samples to customers.’ ‘

SK Hynix
SK Hynix

”UDIMM, SODIMM: UDIMM (Unbuffered DIMM) is a generic term for memory modules used in desktop and laptop computers. SODIMM (Small Outline DIMM) is a miniature module used in PCs and has a short overall length.”

These DDR5 memory modules feature the 4th generation (1st) 10 nanometer microprocessor. The manufacturer also plans to introduce several DDR5 products based on the 5th generation (1b) microprocessing during the year 2023 with the EUV process, which will improve performance and reduce power consumption.

SK Hynix promises to be a protagonist not only with these new memory modules, but also with new products with the LPDDR5X, HBM3A and LPDDR6 modules , which respond to the growing market demand for higher capacity, speed and lower power consumption. We will keep you up to date with all the news.

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