Rumors have surfaced online some time ago that Intel is pressuring motherboard manufacturers to provide only DDR5 system memory support for motherboards with the Intel 700 system suite. These boards will also be compatible with Intel’s 13th generation processors. Here, of course, we are talking about Intel processors codenamed Raptor Lake.
DDR5 system memories, in conjunction with DDR5 system memory, will provide much higher performance compared to DDR4 memories. This will in turn provide users with a much better user experience. It is therefore not surprising that these are also gaining ground in the field of laptops. G.Skill has taken DDR5 portable memory to a new level.
G.Skill has developed DDR5 system memories for laptops, which are equipped with an SO-DIMM socket. These are the system memories of the Ripjaws family, which can be used in both laptops and completely compact desktop computer systems. Newcomers offer transfer speeds of up to DDR5-5200 and are available up to 64 gigabytes (32 GB x 2).
The weaker G.Skill Ripjaws DDR5 system memories are equipped with the DDR5-4800 speed label and 34-34-34-76 access times (16 GB x 1/16 GB x 2). There are also 38-38-38-76 and 40-39-39-76 times for 32 GB x 1 and 32 GB x 2 memory. DDR5-5200 speeds provide 38-38- access times. 38-83 and are available with 16 GB and 16 GB x 2 capacities.
Of course, G.Skill Ripjaws DDR5 system memories will be intended only for newer laptops of a higher price range. These will be laptops equipped with Intel 12th generation processors and AMD Ryzen 6000 family. The first laptops equipped with them will be on sale before the summer.
Source: Računalništvo, telefonija – Računalniške novice by racunalniske-novice.com.
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