ADATA Showcased XPG DDR5 Memory Overclocking

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ADATA has achieved an amazing overclock on its forthcoming XPG DDR5 memory, going through the 8000 Mbps barrier. The company will soon roll out a variety of DDR5 memory kits with various speeds and timings.

ADATA XPG Gaming DDR5 Memory Overclocked To 8118 Mbps

ADATA demonstrated its XPG DDR5 series memory overclocking capabilities. Both DDR5 memory versions have a standard speed of DDR5-4800, however, their XMP profiles are DDR5-6800 (CL46 at 1.35V) and DDR5-5200, respectively (CL38 at 1.25V). The first kit was pushed to DDR5-8118 (CL50-50-50-160-210-2T), while the second kit was pushed to DDR5-8104. (CL52-52-52-96-148-2T).

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In August, ADATA had its Xtreme Innovation Event, during which the firm announced that later this year, it will provide DDR5-12600 and DDR5-8400 memory modules alongside kits with capacities of up to 64 GB. The business has already demonstrated its DDR5 CASTER RGB and Non-RGB DRAM, which can be overclocked even more. On top of that, memory modules will arrive in both low-profile and full-height versions.

 By the end of the month, we should have more information about overclocking and gaming DDR5 memory kits, as well as pricing and availability. Moreover, the RAM standard will be compatible with Intel Alder Lake CPUs on the next-generation 600-series motherboard platform. It will arrive in November and will have a variety of brand-new capabilities for gamers and enthusiasts.

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