XPG, ADATA’s gaming & enthusiast division, has announced that it is working on DDR5 memory modules capable of operating at frequencies above 8GHz.
The result achieved by XPG’s Overclocking Lab, more simply XOCL, is equal to 8,118 MT / S and this gives us a clear idea of what awaits us at the end of the year, with the arrival on the market of DDR5 modules with much higher frequencies. to the Intel specification of DDR5-4800.
XPG, but also the other manufacturers, will therefore present, in conjunction with the official launch of the new Alder Lake platform, special kits equipped with XMP 3.0 profiles with double speed compared to standard models and pulled timings.
ADATA has leaked that its first DDR5 memory modules designed for overclocking will hit the shelves before the end of October.
Source: Nexthardware All by www.nexthardware.com.
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