ADATA Technology is preparing to launch DDR5 memory modules that will bring higher capacity and speed. He is working with MSI and Gigabyte to optimize them.
According to a press release that landed in our editorial office, ADATA, MSI and Gigabyte are currently conducting joint testing and research to ensure optimal overclocking of DDR5 on the latest boards for Intel processors. In addition, it was also announced that memory and compatible motherboards will be launched at the same time.
We have previously learned that the official default memory throughput will be double that of DDR4 and should be as high as 6.4 Gbps. In the case of consumer solutions, the capacity of the modules will reach values of up to 128 GB, for servers and HPC up to 1TB and later also with 2TB modules. The memories will have the same number of connection PINs (288) as the DDR4 counterparts, but their physical distribution will be different.
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