The market price of DDR5 memory will be 30% higher than that of DDR4
Intel will launch the Alder Lake platform that supports DDR5 memory this year. Of course, only three K/KF processors will be launched first. The non-K series processor will not come out until the first quarter of next year. The DDR5 memory modules of various memory manufacturers are also in preparation, and many manufacturers have already announced their DDR5 memory.
Of course, the users know that the new memory will definitely not be cheap when it comes to the market. TrendForce has predicted that next year the supply price of DDR5 memory will be 30% higher than the current DDR4, and PC OEMs seem to have no plans to use DDR5 memory in large numbers this year. It is expected that DDR5 will be mainly used in commercial PC products next year, and will not be popularized in consumer PCs until 2023.