Yet another player in the market comes forward with the all new DDR5 memory kit.
Corsair has given us the first look at its Vengeance DDR5 memory. The company is yet to reveal further information about the specifications such as overclocking options or frequencies of its all new series expected to launch very soon. The specifications will surely be revealed once we get near to the launch date of Intel Alder Lake-S, the first desktop series which supports this new and better memory standard.
The JEDEC specifications for the DDR5 memory are as follows: memory starting at 4800 MT/s and 1.1V, the overclocking potential that will be depending on factors like binning or integrated PMIC (Power Management Integrated Circuit) as suggested by MSI overclocker Topic.
The company currently has three Vengeance memory variants to offer, namely RS, RT, and PRO SL. Each variant comes with a large RGB strip on top.
The official page dedicated to the new standard is now teasing the Dominator DDR5 memory series which is expected to launch soon.
Corsair’s engineering samples are now available to the reviewers who are going to participate in the great Intel Alder Lake CPU launch!
Are you ready for DDR5?
Here's a first look at what our VENGEANCE DDR5 kits will look like 👀
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