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Team Group Successfully Develops Consumer-Grade DDR5 Memory, Begins Validation


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Team Group, a global leader in computer memory, has rapidly responded to market demand changes during the crucial transition period of next-generation DRAM technology. By integrating the newest technologies to promote its development of DDR5 memory, it has outpaced competitions and developed the first engineering sample of consumer-grade DDR5 memory. With this success, it will welcome the new DDR5 generation with consumers worldwide.

Presently, Team Group is working hard at producing its first batch of DDR5 memory with the tentative specifications of 16 GB, 4800 MHz, and 1.1 V for a single module. The company is cooperating with major motherboard manufacturers, such as ASUS, MSI, ASRock, and GIGABYTE, providing memory and working together with their R&D divisions to perform validation tests. Through the collaboration of R&D teams, Team Group was able to accelerate the development of its DDR5 memory by adjusting the initial parameters. The successful completion of the validation phase will confirm that the frequencies of standard DDR5 products surpass those of overclocked DDR4 products, and will represent another big step forward in the evolution of computer memory.

 

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Source: https://www.techpowerup.com/275964/team-group-successfully-develops-consumer-grade-ddr5-memory-begins-validation

 

 

 

We knew DDR5 was coming, glad to see them hitting these speeds at these voltages this early on.  It is yet to be seen at what timings though.

 

With DDR5 in testing like this, it might not be long till we see an announcement for AM5 sockets with DDR5 support.  I doubt we will see AM4+ this time around, AM4 has more than enjoyed its stay at this point.

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Great so getting myself an old setup with 64gb ddr3 1600 ecc with a xeon e5 2697 v2 was a good idea.

 

Did think ddr4 was not really good performance price wise for high speed.

 

Am5 and a 16-24 core with ddr5 would be insane!

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Where I work I saw an NDA slide that showed workstation systems being released in 2022 with DDR5

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Looks promising, AM5 should be announced this year I would imagine.

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