KLEVV releases new DDR5 memory series: The highest frequency reaches 6400MHz
Recently, KLEVV announced the launch of a new series of DDR5 memory products, including standard DDR5 memory and DDR5 overclocking/gaming RGB memory. KLEVV said that these memories have passed the QVL verification by the mainstream motherboard manufacturers in the market, and can fully support the Z690 motherboards designed for Intel’s 12th generation Core series processors.
KLEVV’s standard DDR5 memory complies with JEDEC standard specifications and uses SK Hynix particles. The frequency is 4800 MHz, the timing is CL40, and the operating voltage is 1.1V. This time the first release is a 16GB capacity version, and a 32GB capacity version will be launched next, as well as the corresponding DDR5 notebook memory (SO-DIMM).
This time, KLEVV’s DDR5 overclocking/gaming RGB memory continues the design of the previous generation flagship product CRAS XR RGB DDR4 memory and uses a white-based theme color, plus bright RGB lighting effects, which can bring richer visual effects to players. KLEVV said that this series of DDR5 memory will bring players an extremely fast experience, with a maximum frequency of 6400MHz. It is expected to be launched in 2022, and detailed parameter information will be announced when it is launched.