We show you that the first DDR5 memory modules by Chinese manufacturers are in mass production. we shared. Now based in the USA Crucial, in both desktop and notebook memory form factor DDR5 memory modules exhibited case. Its 4800 Mhz frequency and 1.1V default voltage Let’s also point out that this is the first look at 32GB SODIMM modules. While the same features apply to desktop UDIMM modules, they contain fewer chips resulting in 8 GB capacity per module. Additionally, both modules have a 40-cycle CAS Latency, which appears to be a standard delay for all DDR5 modules we’ve seen before.
DDR5 technology will not only improve frequencies and bandwidth, but will also provide a power efficiency upgrade by offering lower voltage by default. In addition, DDR5 modules will include built-in power-tested trackers, which will further increase the overclocking potential. Multiple memory module manufacturers have already announced that they have developed a kidollarser with frequencies from 6400 MHz to 10 GHz.
AMD and Intel are now also continuing to develop their DDR5 enabled platform. Intel’s 12th Gen Core series will support DDR5-4800 memory based on previous leaks. There has not yet been any leakage about Alder Lake’s XMP profile support. AMD is currently developing the Zen4 architecture, which is expected to support DDR5 technology.