According to VideoCardz reports, ADATA’s XPG Overclocking Lab (XOCL) overclocks the upcoming DDR5 memory module at a rate of 8118 MT/s, which is much higher than the ordinary 4800 MT/s. This is the first memory supplier to achieve this score. ADATA believes that this highlights the strength of XPG in promoting the performance of memory modules, and to realize its potential requires proprietary technology and professional knowledge. ADATA said it will launch DDR5 memory for gamers, PC enthusiasts, overclockers, and other users in October.
Previously, another memory manufacturer popular, Corsair, officially showed Vengeance DDR5 memory for the first time but did not disclose the specifications of the new series of memory. According to the JEDEC specification, DDR5 memory starts from 4800 MT/s and 1.1V, and overclocking depends on many factors.
In addition, Kingston, a major memory manufacturer, recently announced that its upcoming DDR5 memory has passed Intel’s platform verification, becoming the first third-party DDR5 memory supplier to be verified on Intel’s platform. The previously verified SK Hynix, Samsung, and Micron are all DRAM manufacturers and use their own brand products with self-produced core chips.