Kingston showed the latest 48GB single “non-binary” memory stick at this year’s Taipei Computer Show, which is expected to be launched soon.
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According to reports, Kingston’s Fury Beast and Renegade memory will launch “non-binary” memory capacity. Among them, the Fury Beast series is available in 8GB-48GB and the specifications are available from 4800 MT/s to 6000 MT/s. The Renegade series has a higher positioning, and the 7200 MT/s high-frequency version is optional, and the 192GB (48GB*4) package is optional.
According to previous reports, such 48GB memory sticks use the latest 24Gb DRAM chips instead of the current standard 16Gb modules. If 20 24Gb DRAM chips are installed on DIMMs, after considering the capacity of ECC and metadata, 48GB of usable memory can be obtained.