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    DDR4 Memory

    The DDR3 standard was announced in 2007, and while the specs have slowly improved over the last seven years, the standard’s being pushed to its limit. DDR4 breaks through that limit, with dramatically faster clock speeds and double the bandwidth… and it uses less power, too.  If you play high-resolution games or you run data-intensive applications like video editing, you need the significantly better performance that DDR4 offers.