ADATA Launches Its First Overclocked R-DIMM Memory Module

ADATA has announced the launch of its first overclocking R-DIMM memory module that supports Intel’s latest Xeon W-3400 and Xeon W-2400 processors. Models with an “X” suffix support overclocking and replace previous HEDT platform Core-X models. Intel has also optimized high-performance workloads by adding overclocking capabilities to its new generation Xeon processors.

This time ADATA brings a DDR5-5600 R-DIMM memory module, which expands the application range of workstations. It has a speed of 5600MT/s and uses SK Hynix A-die. Compared to ordinary DDR5-4800 R-DIMM memory, it has a 28% bandwidth increase and 12% latency reduction. ADATA provides 16GB and 32GB capacity products, all supporting Intel XMP 3.0 technology, making it easier to overclock R-DIMM memory and providing high-performance, high-speed, and reliable ECC R-DIMM memory for professionals.

The DDR5-5600 R-DIMM memory module has a power management IC (PMIC) for stable power supply, dual On-die ECC, and Side-band ECC error correction mechanisms, achieving complete end-to-end protection and improving accuracy during data transfer. Its high reliability and durability meet the demanding requirements of commercial workstations while providing better performance than standard workstation memory. It also significantly improves multitasking efficiency and graphics processing and can be used for 2D and 3D graphics, simulation analysis, or film editing workloads, providing professionals with a wider range of options.

TechPowerup reports that ADATA’s overclocking DDR5-5600 R-DIMM memory is expected to be officially launched in the second quarter of 2023, along with industrial-grade DDR5-4800 R-DIMM memory that is compatible with Intel’s latest Xeon platform.