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ADATA XPG DDR5 memories achieve high hours

DDR5 is the next standard for memory of future devices. Coming soon to PCs and laptops based on 12th generation Intel Alder Lake (-S or -P) processors. All-new units will allow manufacturers to achieve even higher bone hours. ADATA introduced XPG DDR5 modules with a frequency of 8118MHz.

ADATA XPG DDR5-8118

As you already know, the DDR5 standard will have a base clock of 4800MHz. As a reminder, the base frequency of the current generation standard is 2133MHz – this kind of bone initially went to computers with Skylake (6th generation Intel) processors.

Comparing the current generations, you can see that manufacturers have made a lot of progress in terms of boot memory, but clock speed = 4800MHz is only the beginning.

(Source: wccftech)

The brand praised the upcoming ADATA XPG DDR5 modules, more specifically their overclocking capabilities – thanks to the profile XMP 3.0 The Chinese memory manufacturer received a clock speed of 5200 MHz with a CL38 delay and a voltage of 1.25 V, as well as a frequency of 6800 MHz (CL delay 46, a voltage of 1.35 V). Moreover, the company managed to raise the bar to 8118MHz (with a CL delay of 50).

It is worth noting that these are not factory settings that any user can get, And the results presented for more informational purposes, to show the capabilities of the upcoming ADATA XPG DDR5 modules.

ADATA XPG DDR5-12600
(Source: wccftech)

In the future, the manufacturer plans to introduce higher clock speeds on the market. As part of the Xtreme innovation event, it announced that however DDR5 Standard Adaptation On the market, the brand will offer faster and faster modules – initially DDR5-8400, and even DDR5-12600 with capacities up to 64 GB.

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The first DDR5 memory (including ADATA XPG DDR5) should be available around the end of the year – More precisely, when the first processors compatible with 5th generation memory appear, That is, Intel Alder Lake systems and motherboards based on 600 series chipsets.

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