Amongst Amazon's Epic Deals today, you can find various configurations of Kingston DDR4 memory from 16GB all the way up to 128GB at 36% off in various speeds, and with or without RGB.
The new world record belongs to a legendary Taiwanese overclocker who used liquid nitrogen and surprisingly, a MSI ITX motherboard, to push an 8GB stick of HyperX DDR to a blistering 5,608Mhz.
Positioned above Corsair's current Vengeance RGB line, the Vengeance RGB Pro modules are rated for up to DDR4-4000 speeds, feature new aluminum heat spreaders, and a light bar with 10 RGB LEDs.
Samsung has announced the mass production of its second generation DDR4 DRAM. The new chip has been manufactured to provide performance and energy efficiency increases over the first gen chip.
Samsung has started mass production of 12Gb LPDDR4 modules on a 20nm process in order to allow devices makers to start building 6GB devices or 3GB devices in a smaller footprint.
Intel finally unveils its range of Skylake processors from 4.5W to 65W for the 6th generation chips. From mobile to desktop, Intel's 6th generation processor family is in full swing.
Today's modern games and many productivity applications can consume 4GB on its own, so there's little argument for not going with 8GB. However, the need for 16GB of memory is a hotly debated subject.
Though there's more to it, the four major improvements of DDR4 SDRAM can be summed up in lower operating voltage, increased power saving enhancements, increased frequency, and improved chip density.