DDR5 memory by TEAMGROUP enters validation phase

    DDR5 memory by TEAMGROUP enters validation phase

    DDR5 memory by TEAMGROUP enters validation phase

    Posted: 15 Dec 2020

    Presently, TEAMGROUP is working hard at producing its first batch of DDR5 memory with the tentative specifications of 16GB, 4800MHz, and 1.1V for a single module. The company is cooperating with major motherboard manufacturers, such as ASUS, MSI, ASRock, and GIGABYTE, providing memory and working together with their R&D divisions to perform validation tests. Through the collaboration of R&D teams, TEAMGROUP was able to accelerate the development of its DDR5 memory by adjusting the initial parameters. The successful completion of the validation phase will confirm that the frequencies of standard DDR5 products surpass those of overclocked DDR4 products, and will represent another big step forward in the evolution of computer memory.

    It is expected that consumers will not need to enter BIOS to enable the overclocking function as the DDR5 generation begins. After installing DDR5 memory, consumers can directly boot up their computers and experience the high performance without the overclocking step of DDR4. The powerful advantages of faster DDR5 will be instantly demonstrated and consumers will be able to effortlessly enjoy the extreme speed brought by the new generation.

    Source: TEAMGROUP Successfully Develops Consumer-Grade DDR5 Memory and Is First To Enter the Validation Phase With Motherboard Manufacturers-TEAMGROUP

    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    15 Dec 2020

  1. Posts : 1,560
    Windows 10 Home 20H2 64-bit

    DDR5 is when I will upgrade my PC I think.
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  2. Posts : 14,051
    Windows 11 Pro X64 22H2 22621.1848

    May be a good time to build (or buy) a new one for me too. I've never built one so it might be fun to do so.

    Will see what the numbers look like when that time comes around.
      My Computers

  3. Posts : 2,935
    Windows 10 Home x64

    Looking good and at a very low voltage.
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