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Crucial 2x32GB DDR5-4800 CL40-39-39-77 1.10V added to the list.
It's a standard Micron-based kit, so can't count on much. Even though it's dual-rank, it overclocks about the same as all other Micron kits single or dual rank. The advantage of this kit can be its price as it costs not much more than 32GB ~DDR5-6000 kits from other brands. For most tasks, the user won't see the performance difference. DDR5 even at stock clocks is quite fast (regardless of what some people on the web try to prove).

The tested kit could make 5400 CL38 1.25V. 5600 could boot but were some stability issues so I assume if you are lucky, you can stabilize it at 5400.

One more info if anyone is interested. DDR5 single and dual rank kits perform about the same. It can be a matter of current memory controllers or motherboards, but I haven't seen any significant difference on Z690.

Next in the queue is ADATA 6400 (next week). This one will be on the OCF front page.
 
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V-Color Manta XSky RGB 32GB DDR5-6600 CL34 / Hynix IC, added to the list - review is on the front page.
The same story as with the ADATA Caster kit, V-Color XSky easily reaches DDR5-7000, but motherboards can't make more. I will try to add something to the review thread once I get a better motherboard ... hopefully soon with new AMD and Intel chipsets.

Next in the queue is Apacer DDR5-5200 / Micron, so we can't count on much but is at least cheap, and something more interesting, one more DDR5-6600 kit, this time Corsair Vengeance. The Corsair review will be on the front page in the upcoming days.
 
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Apacer NOX 32GB DDR5-5200 CL38 1.25V added to the list - Micron IC
Limited OC because of Micron IC, but it's expected to be inexpensive (I can't find it in any store right now), and DDR5 prices are going down in the last weeks.
 
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Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB DDR5-6600 CL32 added to the list - click.

So far probably the best DDR5 kit that I tested. Overclocking was limited to DDR5-7000 but it needed lower voltages at DDR5-6800 and DDR5-7000 than previously reviewed V-Color 6600 kit. On the other hand, was faster losing stability at higher temps.
 
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Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB 32GB DDR5-5600 CL40 1.25V added to the list. It will appear in stores soon. In short, it's expected to be inexpensive but uses Hynix M IC, so it can make 7000+ on better OC motherboards.

Next in the queue will be Kingston Renegade 6400 CL32 (expected Hynix M), ZADAK 6000 CL40 (Samsung B), and Klevv/Hynix 6200 CL40 (Hynix M). There is a chance of something faster from G.Skill but not been confirmed yet ... and I have to finish some motherboard tests first, which will take me some time.
 
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Kingston FURY Renegade 32GB 6400 CL32 and Essencore KLEVV (Hynix gaming brand) RX5 RGB 32GB DDR5-6200 CL40 reviews have been added to the list.
Both kits use Hynix M-die IC, and both can make typical 6400-7000+ CL30/32.
ZADAK Spark RGB 32GB 6000 CL40 (Samsung B-die) review will be added later this week.

G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 32GB DDR5-6800 CL34 kit arrived, so you can expect a review on the Overclockers front page in a couple of days. It's a new series with Hynix A-die, so promises better results.
 
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ZADAK Spark RGB 32GB 6000 CL40 (Samsung B-die) review is on the list - the tested version has an EXPO profile and was tested on AMD Ryzen 7950X/Gigabyte B650E Master and ASUS Crosshair X670E Gene without problems. This specific PN can use Samsung B-die or Hynix IC M-die. In the review is Samsung. On AMD, it can still OC up to DDR5-6400 CL36/38-38-38 at ~1.4-1.45V. Higher voltages are not helping much.