The outcome was very predictable, similar to Ivy Bridge-E compared to Sandy Bridge. In my opinion, this segment seems like Intel's way of introducing and producing new technologies to the market without the headaches of large volume production. They rarely have the intention to excite, this only for them to learn and ramp-up technologies.
It is no surprise that DDR4 fails to impress but it is still a step forward for lowering power consumption and increasing memory density.
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