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  1. Samsung develops 512GB DDR5 memory for advanced computing Samsung's first DDR5 memory offers data transfer rate of up to 7,200Mbps and is aimed at advanced computing applications. Samsung Electronics on Thursday said it has developed a 512GB DDR5 memory module. It is the company's first DRAM made with the latest DDR5 standard that was set by JEDEC in July last year. The hardware, made with high-k metal gate (HKMG) process technology, offers up to 7,200Mbps in data transfer rate, over double that of conventional DDR4, Samsung said. The company stacked eight layers o
  2. Intel Adler Lake-S will support DDR5 according to new benchmark DDR5 on the horizon? (Image credit: Intel) A new SiSoftware benchmark appeared online this week that purports to show DDR5 support for an Intel Adler Lake-S CPU as well as a new motherboard chipset and socket. The benchmark, flagged by TechPowerUp, was posted to Twitter by @momomo_us and appears to show DDR5 support, which so far hasn't been confirmed by Intel. If valid, the benchmark is likely from a test system used by an engineer for e
  3. First DDR5 modules may not be far away as Teamgroup enters validation phase Memory maker Teamgroup has announced that the company is starting to validate the first consumer-level DDR5 memory modules. Currently, it is testing 16GB 4800MHz kits at 1.1volts with major motherboard vendors ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and ASRock. These specs are in line with what SK Hynix released as a reference back in October. Teamgroup hopes to be the first to be out with consumer DDR5 kits with planned availability in Q3 2021. Intel reportedly plans to add support for DDR5
  4. AMD may not be debuting DDR5 memory support before 2022 An AMD insider has apparently revealed an internal AMD roadmap to GamersNexus regarding AMD's plans with the upcoming DDR5 memory. According to the roadmap, Team Red may be looking to introduce the next-gen memory standard two years from now. It states DDR5 hitting the mainstream AMD CPUs as well as its APUs in 2022. And while the CPUs are stated to be based on Zen 4 micro-architecture, the APUs are listed as Zen 3+ parts, which has generally been the tradition. AMD is also planning to introduce low-power DDR5 support to
  5. SK hynix introduces DDR5 DRAM, the first in the world SK hynix, a well-known manufacturer and developer of memory chips, today announced the launch of the world's first DDR5 DRAM. About two years ago, the company had announced it was developing the first 16Gb DDR5 DRAM, and today the company delivered on that goal. DDR5 is the next evolutionary step in memory technology, and it continues the trend of the past few generations, further lowering the operating voltage to 1.1V from 1.2V. This allows the unit to consume even less power, with SK hynix claiming a 20
  6. Intel's 12th-generation desktop processors could support DDR5 RAM before AMD Leak reveals next-gen memory is coming to Alder Lake CPUs (Image credit: Future) Intel’s 12th-generation Alder Lake desktop processors will reportedly support DDR5 memory – which is twice as fast as the current DDR4 standard. That’s according to Videocardz, which was sent information about Intel’s Alder Lake desktop CPU lineup via an anonymous source – though it’s unclear if the details come via the massive 20GB data leak Intel suffered this wee
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