The price of DDR5 memory has risen considerably due to the effects of the current chip crisis and some special chips on the module. However, there are DDR5 RAM stock problems around the world. ASUS, on the other hand, is working on a fast and important solution for memory.
The hardware manufacturer wants to develop an adapter that will allow DDR5 motherboard owners to plug DDR4 memory into their motherboards. A new adapter may not be the solution everyone wants, but compact solutions are said to be produced before they go on retail sale.
As you know, the Alder Lake platform supports DDR5 and DDR4. However, anakardollarsar is built to support only one memory type, and there is currently no way to run both.
ASUS is said to be using a custom BIOS revision at this point to allow DDR5 to run in DDR4 mode. This means that the traces to the memory slots are switched to DDR4 mode, even though they are arranged for DDR5 operation. The adapter then takes the 5V power signals and adjusts them to be equivalent to the motherboard power management. In addition, the signal, delay, power, etc. It checks data hadollars to maintain integrity for factors such as
A YouTube preview video has been released by Bing, who is thought to be an ASUS ROG employee. Considering that many high-end Z690 motherboards only support DDR5, the solution developed may be a temporary solution for many people until DDR5 production improves.