Silicon Power Launches DDR5-SODIMM Laptop Ram


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Silicon Power just announced the release of its new SODIMM DDR5 memory for laptops. The new ram kits feature a frequency of 4800MHz with a CAS Latency of 40. Single and dual-channel kits are available for up to 64 GB (32GBx2). Please note that while this press release reads like these are intended as a DDR4 upgrade, you can not use DDR5 ram in a DDR4 laptop unless it is designed for both DDR4 and DDR5, which is highly unlikely. Below is Silicon Power’s press release.

Silicon Power’s New DDR5 SODIMM Provides The Next-Level Edge For Your Laptop

Taipei, Taiwan – May 6th, 2022 – Silicon Power (SP) releases its newest SODIMM memory module for laptops with the latest, groundbreaking DDR5 technology. Read on to learn why it’s time to ditch your DDR4 module and make the upgrade.

Silicon Power DDR5-SODIMM
Silicon Power DDR5-SODIMM

Harness The Power Of DDR5

Taking speed, capacity, and reliability even further, the cutting-edge technology of this DDR5 SODIMM module gives that next-level edge for your laptop’s performance. With an aggressive 4800MHz frequency, it’s 50% higher than a standard 3200MHz DDR4 to provide multi-core CPUs with extreme responsiveness and the power to multi-task seamlessly.

Greater Power Efficiency

Even with all of its extra power, this DDR5 SODIMM module improves upon its predecessor with on-module voltage regulation. A power management integrated circuit (PMIC) reduces the burden on the motherboard control and results in a lower voltage of 1.1V versus 1.2V for DDR4 for even less power consumption.

Even More Reasons To Upgrade

● Doubled chip unit capacity compared to DDR4 (from 16GB to 32GB) for seamless multi-tasking

● Improved reliability versus DDR4 with On-Die Error Correction Code (ECC)

● Optimized efficiency with two independent 32-bit channels per module

● High computing performance with double the banks and double the burst length compared to DDR4

Features

● 4800MHz grants faster transmission speeds and higher bandwidth than DDR4
● 1.5x faster than standard 3200MHz DDR4 to provide multi-core CPUs with extreme responsiveness
● Available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB module densities
● Doubled chip unit capacity compared to DDR4 (from 16GB to 32GB) for seamless multi-tasking
● Low voltage of 1.1V for less power consumption
● Improved reliability versus DDR4 with On-Die Error Correction Code (ECC)
● Optimized efficiency with two independent 32-bit channels per module
● High computing performance with double the banks and double the burst length compared to DDR4
● Compatible with 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors that support DDR5 and DDR5 compatible motherboards

Specifications

● Dimensions: 30.0mm x 69.6mm
● Capacity:
Single Pack: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
Dual Channel Kit: 16GB(8GB*2), 32GB(16GB*2), 64GB(32GB*2)
● Form Factor:  260Pin SOIMM non-ECC
● Frequency (Speed): 4800MHz
● CAS Latency: CL40
● Voltage: 1.1V
● Certification: CE, UKCA, Green dot (Germany & Spain Only), WEEE, Triman, RoHS
● Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Silicon Power just announced the release of its new SODIMM DDR5 memory for laptops. The new ram kits feature a frequency of 4800MHz with a CAS Latency of 40. Single and dual-channel kits are available for up to 64 GB (32GBx2). Please note that while this press release reads like these are intended as a DDR4 upgrade, you can not use DDR5 ram in a DDR4 laptop unless it is designed for both DDR4 and DDR5, which is highly unlikely. Below is Silicon Power's press release.

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