Dell is working on a special DDR5 memory module for future laptops

Dell is working on a special DDR5 memory module for future laptops

Leaked information about future Dell laptops has revealed that future Dell laptops with DDR5 memory will feature a special memory module that Dell calls CAMM or Compression Attached Memory Module.According to the leak, CAMM can support up to 128GB of RAM, and the initial modules will support a memory frequency of 4800 MHz.
It's unclear whether CAMM-enabled laptops will also have soldered memory, but what is clear is that Dell is not considering traditional SO-DIMM-type modules.The first laptops from Dell with the new module will apparently be Precision 7 Series models, which will also feature a 55W Intel Alder Lake-HX Series processor, an NVIDIA RTX A5000 GPU or an Intel Arc DG2-based GPU with 90W TDP, and up to 12TB of NVMe storage via PCIe 4.0.
Apparently, Dell has developed what it calls a DGFF or Dell Graphics Form Factor for these laptops, which suggests that they will have some sort of modular graphics solution.

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