Here is a first list of DDR5 certified for Alder Lake

For those who are already looking to Intel for the construction of their next PC, here is a first interesting indiscretion on the DDR5 memory modules already certified for Alder Lake.

The list is only a couple of weeks old and is certainly not the final one, as the validation covers only five companies, of which three are true manufacturers, namely Sk hynix, Samsung and Micron, one is a subsidiary of (Crucial) and the ‘last, Kingston, which actually relies on SK hynix for the realization of its memoirs.

All tested DDR5 modules are rated 4800MHz with timings of 40-39-39 at an operating voltage of 1.1V, have a capacity of 8, 16 or 32GB and all use 16Gbit chips.

Intel is listing all modules as non-ECC, which should put an end to claims that all DDR5s are ECC memory.


Source: Nexthardware All by www.nexthardware.com.

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