Team Group released a new kit of RGB memory with an astounding 6400 MHz speed rating. As part of their T-FORCE line of gaming-oriented memory, the new DELTA RGB is the first memory officially released to break the 6000 MHz barrier. Even amidst component shortages, we managed to get our hands on this rare memory. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about this new product launch from Team Group and show you what it can do when overclocked.
Corsair has just announced that its new Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5 memory kits can reach speeds of up to 6400 MHz. Compatible with Intel’s 12-Gen Core processors, the Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5 are sold ranging from 4800 MHz up to 6400 Mhz kits. Pricing starts around $335 for a 32 GB 4800 MHz set (not all prices listed yet) and can go as high as $670 for the 64 GB 6400 MHz kit. Corsair sells these directly through its website or you can find them at all retailers that normally carry Corsair products. Below is the official press release along with a nice shout-out to Overclockers.com author David Miller (mllrkllr88).
Intel’s Z690 platform with DDR5 includes many new features and overclocking possibilities for those who aren’t scared of the bios. If you’re the type who wants to get the most out of your new platform, memory overclocking is worth checking out. Overclocking your memory is safe, fun, and it can give you up to a 20% increase in performance for some tasks. But it’s not always a simple process, and adjusting the memory timings can be incredibly daunting if you have no reference or guide. However, with our simple instructions, we will demystify memory overclocking and give you the tips and tricks to get started.
The new era of DDR memory is upon us. All of the DDR memory up until this point has been based on the same general architecture. Other than increased bandwidth, DDR memory hasn’t changed much since the beginning. The new DDR5 standard has been designed from the ground up and is fundamentally different from all computer memory before it. ADATA was kind enough to send us their newest release. We’re excited to get a hands-on experience with DDR5 and give you the full rundown of what’s new.
Today, XPG announced its first DDR5 memory kit, the XPG Lancer. It is available with or without RGB lighting in frequencies of up to 5200 MT/s and 16GB of capacity. These kits will be available on Amazon and Shop XPG for $399.99 for the RGB version or $349.99 for the non-RGB kits. Below is XPG’s press release.
Today, G.Skill announced its newest Trident Z5 memory kits boasting the fastest DDR5 speeds to date. These kits run at a blistering 6600 MT/s with a low latency of CL36. For comparison, the base specification for DDR5 is 4800 MT/s at CL40. Pricing and availability are still unknown. Please continue reading G.Skill’s press release below for additional details.
Yesterday, G.Skill announced its latest flagship DDR5 ram, the Trident Z5, and Z5 RGB series. Designed specifically for the upcoming next-generation Intel CPUs, the Trident Z series is well known among PC enthusiasts and overclocking gurus. G.Skill is committed to maintaining the Trident Z reputation by utilizing Samsung ICs, highly regarded for high performance and overclocking ability. Three kits of both RGB and non-RGB will be available by November and have frequencies of 5600 MHz, 6000 Mhz, and 6400 MHz. Capacities are currently 32 GBs (16GBx2) per kit for the initial launch. Pricing has not been announced at this time. For additional details, please read G.Skill’s press release below.
Yesterday, Newegg began listing GeIL Polaris RGB SYNC DDR5 4800 MHz ram kits for $350 before quickly going out of stock. The kits offered are available in red, black, or white and are packaged as a 32GB (2×16 GB) set. Newegg is getting a headstart before the launch of Intel’s upcoming 12th Gen Core CPUs, which should be arriving in the coming weeks. Stay tuned as we will keep you posted as we receive more information.
On Saturday, XPG announced it had successfully overclocked one of its DDR5-4800 MHz memory kits to an astonishing 8,118 MT/s. This marks the first DDR5 memory kit to be overclocked to such a high speed and shows XPG’s dedication to the overclocking community. The XPG ram used to accomplish this great feat featured SK Hynix DRAM modules with the CAS# Latency loosened to 50 clocks. That’s only 8 clocks lower than one of its JEDEC specifications. Below is XPG’s announcement.
TeamGroup just announced its latest memory series, the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Gaming Memory. This next generation of DDR5 memory will feature Intel XMP 3.0 support, capacities of up to 32 GB, and frequencies of up to 5600 MHz. The T-Force Delta RGB will also be equipped with oversized heat spreaders and, as the name implies, RGB lighting. Pricing is unknown at this time but availability is expected in the fourth quarter of 2021. Below is TeamGroup’s press release.