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DDR3 and DDR4 RAM???
Once I was wondering what is the difference between DDR3 RAM and DDR3L RAM. Since there is a newer DDR4 RAM available nowadays, why there's another DDR3 RAM? Later I found out that it was designed to overcome performance issues with motherboards and processors.

I was wondering why all the leading memory manufacturing companies came up with a DDR3L. Basically DDR3 and DDR4 RAM notches are not identical. So you can't fit both RAMs in the same motherboard. But hey what if the current RAM you have is not enough or not fast enough? With current motherboard and processor limitations, the maximum speed a DDR3 RAM can work is 1600 MHz. But a DDR4 RAM can work at a speed starting from 2133 MHz.