NEO Forza has released DDR4-5000 and DDR4-4600 memory kits. The kits target Intel’s Rocket Lake and AMD’s Zen 3 processor users who are in search of RAM with exceptional performance and efficiency.
The DDR kits are based on a CAS Latency of 19, and their offered capacities start from 16GB (2x8GB). They are sold under two product lines—Mars and Faye. As per Tom’s Hardware, the DDR4-5000 memory kits require 1.6 volts to access the data rate of the memory kits. The website also states that Neo Forza has a 32GB kit in pre-production. However, the DDR4-4600 kits are already available in both 16GB (2x8GB) and 32GB (2x16GB). These kits require 1.5 volts for their peak performance. In other news, a 64GB (2x32GB) memory is in the works at NEO Forza, which will be available for sale in the future.
The speculation is that Neo Forza DDR4-5000 and DDR4-4600 kits are based on Adata XPG Spectrix D50 Xtreme DDR4-5000 memory kit since they share similar voltage requirements. Considering the kit’s similarity with Adata memory kit specifications, there is the assumption that memory kits are built with Hynix-D die integrated circuits.
The DDR4-4600 memory can be purchased from Micro Center shops for a starting price of $269.99. Neo Forza’s high-end memory kits have not made it to Micro Center’s online store yet.
Via Neo Forza