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Crucial has prepared DDR5 SODIMM memory modules with an unusual capacity of 12 GB. A new proposition for laptop owners


Crucial has prepared DDR5 SODIMM memory modules with an unusual capacity of 12 GB.  A new proposition for laptop ownersRAM modules available on the market are becoming more and more diverse. In addition to the standard progress in recent years, which assumes a doubling of their capacity (8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB), we have also recently received more unusual modules. This is mainly about 24 GB and 48 GB memory. However, it turns out that this is not the end. Micron decided to develop 12 GB modules, which will probably also find their recipients.

Micron will launch 12 GB DDR5 SODIMM laptop modules under the Crucial brand. The new memory will join other unusual modules that appeared on the market some time ago.

Crucial has prepared DDR5 SODIMM memory modules with an unusual capacity of 12 GB.  A new proposition for laptop owners

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Information about this unusual memory was provided on the X platform by user @momomo_us, known for publishing numerous leaks. The link provided leads to Amazon, where you can purchase the mentioned memory both as a single module and as a package of two copies, with a total capacity of 24 GB. From the technical side, these are DDR5 SODIMM modules with a speed of 5600 MT/s and 4800 MT/s. This memory is intended only for laptops, but it cannot be ruled out that Micron will also decide to prepare a variant for desktop computers. Pre-orders are currently available. The modules will be available on the market on March 31 this year.

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Releasing 12 GB memory to the laptop market may be a good move, as the performance-to-price ratio of this type of equipment is clearly worse than in the case of desktops. As a result, there is room for modules with more unusual capacities, which are cheaper than the 16 GB variant and at the same time offer noticeably better specifications than the standard 8 GB memory. On the PC market, 24 GB and 48 GB modules make more sense, because the current progress, which assumes a sudden increase in capacity, causes larger market gaps to appear (the difference between 8 GB and 16 GB is much smaller than between 16 GB and 32 GB). GB).

Source: @momomo_us (X), WCCFTech



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