Kingston DDR4 RAM Modules Introduced At IDF 13, Will Allow Flawless Rendering In Games

Behold the RAM revolution!

Posted By | On 12th, Sep. 2013 Under News

Kingston DDR4 RAM

The new Kingston DDR4 Ram Kit boasts a massive 192 gigabytes of RAM. For those that don’t know, a device’s RAM determines the speed at which various functions are performed on that device.

To give you an idea of how insane of an amount of RAM this new kit will boast, the average current RAM kit is either 8 or 16 gigabytes, with the higher end kits going up to 32 GB. This new RAM kit will enable the average PC to have as much as 64 GB of RAM, with enthusiasts going as high as 128-192.

So, what are the implications of this?

If the 192 GB Kingston DDR4 Ram Kit becomes the norm, it will allow flawless rendering of photo-realistic graphics in games and programs. As things currently stand, there is more that our programmers can do than our technology is capable of handling. This new technology will go a long way in closing that gap.

Oftentimes code is written to be utilized by technology that we won’t have for years. This would be a step towards actualizing that potential. Of course there are always limiting factors, such as bandwidth, and the current average power of a PC, but in time too, these technological shortcomings will be overcome as tech development persists.

Source: Wccftech

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  • Joao611

    1- Why did you put an ancient DDR2 kit in the first picture?
    2- Flawless rendering of photo-realistic graphics? Games don’t even use 8GB yet, lol. And RAM is the least important in graphics performance when compared to the CPU and the GPU. Also, as long as consoles keep getting produced, it’ll take a crapload of years until games can utilize maybe even 32GB.

  • Nintendo Fan 4 Lif3

    Looks like PC will be making a quantum leap again this gen above consoles. Wonder how much more will be possible with this technology.

  • Xaxal_Ravenguard

    Umm, no?

    I’d actually be concerned about jumping into the uncanny valley at this point. And even then, I find it doubtful that we’d get that much RAM, let alone the ability to use it. And price wasn’t even mentioned.

    And while not related, I still think this statement counts here: graphics will not make up for art style. Especially since the advances in graphics tech have become less and less noticeable by the year.


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