While most companies are showcasing DDR4 memory at Computex ADATA actually has theirs running in a system! It looks like ADATA has teamed up with ASRock and is using one of their X99 prototype motherboards.
The guys over at TechPowerUp! were able to snag a CPU-Z screenshot that shows the information on the memory. The DDR4 memory in question is ADATA’s ZPG Z1 DDR4 memory. CPU-Z shows that the memory is running at 2746 MHz with timings of 14-14-14-36 at 1.2v. That of course is way above the JEDEC DDR4 spec of 2133 MHz.
ADATA tells us that these memory modules will come in 4 GB, 8GB and 16 GB densities and in different colors to match users builds. The default frequency for this memory will be 2133 MHz, but as you can see ADATA was easily able to push that.
This memory will be released later this year.
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