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a question. When will the computers support DDR5 memories?


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It is expected to start support in the first quarter of 2022. At least for chipsets of . (LGA1700)

This is a series of 12 processors .

In terms of falling prices - can be but no one will prophesy. The possible reason for the drop in prices is the maturation of 7-inch technology at And opening their factories for production to many other companies. (Google, Amazon) - As the production rate increases, there is less wear (defective wipers) and the cost per CPU decreases.

It will also affect production And so on the entire production chain. But one cannot expect things like damage to transport capacity (as happened due to the corona all over the world) and natural disasters that can and have affected factories around the world.

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