New memory standard promises up to 9% faster gaming performance
Lenovo has announced that its upcoming Xiaoxin Pro Core Ultra 100H laptops will feature LPDDR5-7467 memory. This new memory standard offers a significant speed boost over the previous LPDDR5-6400 standard, with a theoretical peak bandwidth of 74.67 GB/s.
Lenovo claims that the LPDDR5-7467 memory in the Xiaoxin Pro Core Ultra 100H laptops will deliver up to 9% faster gaming performance than the previous standard. This is because the faster memory can transfer data to the CPU and GPU more quickly, which can lead to smoother gameplay and faster loading times.
In addition to faster gaming performance, the LPDDR5-7467 memory in the Xiaoxin Pro Core Ultra 100H laptops can also improve overall system responsiveness. This is because the faster memory can handle more tasks at once without slowing down.
The Xiaoxin Pro Core Ultra 100H laptops are expected to be released in China in Q1 2024.
Here are some additional details about the LPDDR5-7467 memory standard:
- It uses a new 24-bit bus width, which is double the width of the previous LPDDR5-6400 standard.
- It has a clock speed of 1866 MHz, which is 20% faster than the clock speed of the previous standard.
- It is backward compatible with LPDDR5-6400 memory.
Lenovo is not the only company that is planning to use LPDDR5-7467 memory in its laptops. Other companies, such as Samsung and Dell, have also announced plans to use the new memory standard in their upcoming products.
The introduction of LPDDR5-7467 memory is a significant development in the memory market. It offers a significant speed boost over the previous standard, and it has the potential to improve the performance of a wide range of devices, including laptops, smartphones, and tablets.