DDR4 RAM (Double Data Rate 4 Random Access Memory) is an evolution of the RAM standard and one of the most commonly used memory types in modern computers. It represents an improvement over its predecessor, DDR3 RAM, and offers a number of advantages in terms of speed, efficiency and capacity.
DDR4 RAM features faster transfer speeds, resulting in improved application and operating system performance. It can transfer data twice as fast as DDR3 RAM, which is especially beneficial for computationally intensive tasks and demanding applications.
Another advantage of DDR4 RAM is its efficiency. It operates at lower voltages than its predecessor, resulting in lower heat generation and power consumption. This contributes to longer component life and enables better overall energy efficiency.