ADATA XPG has revealed its latest CASTER DDR5 memory series. The series includes several new features, including options for RGB lighting and 7000 Mbps speed, and a 16GB memory capacity. The XPG CASTER memory is based on an On-Die ECC and PMIC. Hence, it should offer higher levels of reliability and stability.
Moreover, XPG from ADATA will expand its DDR5 memory support from 2022. It should reach a higher level of compatibility with Intel’s Alder Lake CPUs. Notably, the latest DDR5 DRAM from the company is twice as efficient as its previous generation’s DDR4 DRAM.
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What’s more, the latest DDR5 DRAM from the company is twice as efficient compared to the earlier generation. The new memory module should deliver high-speed data transfer rates and thereby allowing users a better gaming experience. In addition, the Intel XMP 3.0 will allow overclocking with ease, As it avoids BIOS configurations and constant adjustments of varying parameters during overclocking. Plus, the memory offers real-time error correction thanks to the On-Die ECC. On the other hand, the PMIC provides better stability and reliability.
Furthermore, the memory chip features steel gray heatsinks, RGB light, and a futuristic shape. It is evident that the users are getting faster speeds with a futuristic design. At the same time, the memory looks sophisticated. Interestingly, the RGB lighting is customizable. Plus, it can react to music courtesy of the Music Mode. It also features varying effects through the included motherboards controls.
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