ADATA DDR5 RAMs have arrived in 2021 with a host of attractive and special features at a stunning 8400 MHz speed.
By 2021, a new world has opened up for hardware; One of the most important of these is the DDR5 RAM, with a host of attractive and special features that provide users with speed beyond expectation. The company ADATA partnership with MSI and Gigabyte, up to 64GB RAM frequency 8400 MHz have been astounding!
2021 can be considered the last year of operation for DDR4 RAM; This family will be replaced by DDR5 memory. As it turns out, the first platform to support DDR5 RAM is Intel’s twelfth-generation Alder Lake processors, which have undergone initial testing and are in the final stages of design.
Features of DDR5 RAM
Memory RAM DDR5 a tangible increase in data transfer rate as well as improve the efficiency, functional DDR4 RAM offer very different. RAM companies are pursuing two goals; The first is to increase the capacity of each module to 64 GB and the second is to increase the frequency along with proper timing. Therefore, ADATA, as one of the largest manufacturers of RAM in RAM, has partnered with two motherboard manufacturers, MSI and Gigabyte.
The first DDR5 RAMs were expected to come with initial frequencies of 4800 to 5200 MHz; Then, over time and as development improves, we will see an increase in frequencies to higher digits. But ADATA plans to start with 64GB of memory at 8400MHz. E-Data has confirmed that, along with MSI and GIGABYTE, they are developing DDR5 RAM with a frequency of 8400 MHz and a capacity of 64 GB per module. The above RAMs are developed specifically for the twelfth generation Alder Lake processors.
In addition to frequency and capacity, DDR5 memory has other add-on features; Examples include Support for Single Error Correction (SEC), ECC Error Correction System, and Decision Feedback Equalizer, or DFE for short. Previously, Micron had estimated that DDR5 memory would be associated with an increase in I / O speed of 28 to 36 percent compared to DDR4 memory.
Alder Lake processors can be considered the first generation of Intel 10-nanometer processors that come with advanced Golden Cove cores. This family is the world’s first group of desktop-class hybrid processors. They support DDR5 RAM and it looks like they will enter the global market in the second half of 2021. Before their arrival, we will see the 11th generation called Rocket Lake, which will be introduced by Intel soon.