With so many mixed opinions about DDR4 being bantered around, seeing things clearly has sometimes been hard. The introduction of DDR4 brought us a base speed of 2133 MHz to play with, but by and far DDR4 is mostly about power reductions and increased density, not a performance increase over the much older DDR3 technology. So it only makes sense that I make my first thorough look at DDR4 with DIMMs specified to run at 2133 MHz, and with sticks made by Crucial, the first company to widely offer samples for testing.
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