First DDR5 memory modules now in mass production

DDR5 memory modules have gone into mass production thanks to Chinese manufacturers Netac and Jiahe Jinwei, as reported by VideoCardz. Looking at the specifications of the modules, it looks like they’ll have compatibility with Intel’s currently unreleased 12th-gen Core processors, codenamed Alder Lake.

DDR5 improves upon DDR4 in a number of ways based on leaked benchmarks, using less power while bumping frequency to 4800MHz with a ceiling of 6400MHz. Power management is also routed through memory DIMM, a change from DDR4 which had previously relied on the motherboard. 

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