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Adata DDR5 memory modules will deliver speeds of up to 8400MHz

Adata has been developing its next-gen DDR5 memory modules to provide users with a meaningful “upgrade in speed, capacity, as well as increased bandwidth per CPU core”. The company has been working on these new modules with MSI and Gigabyte to ensure compatibility, reliability, and stability when paired with upcoming Intel motherboard platforms.

Through MSI and Gigabyte's partnership with Adata, the memory maker has been developing its DDR5 modules to be capable of overclocking to “meet gamers’ discerning standards”. Adata DDR5 modules will be released alongside MSI and Gigabyte DDR5-compliant motherboards, aiming to deliver a new level of performance to customers.

Nick Dai, director of product marketing at Adata, stated that as the company worked on the development of DDR5 memory alongside both MSI and Gigabyte, it was made possible to “bring to the market the best that technology has to offer”.

With the expansion of 5G networks, Wi-Fi 6, processors featuring more cores, memory makers have to adapt to the new reality and offer faster memory with enhanced capacities and bandwidth per CPU core. With that in mind, Adata will be producing DDR5 memory modules capable of reaching speeds of up to 8400MHz at 1.1V, with a maximum capacity of 64GB per module. Additionally, these modules will feature ECC (error-correcting-code), increasing their reliability and accuracy during operation.

KitGuru says: Are you waiting for DDR5 memory before upgrading your system to a new platform? What kind of improvement do you expect from DDR5 memory?

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