Netac Releases New Flagship Z Series DDR5 Memory

With the release of Intel’s 12th-generation Core series processors and AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7000 series processors, PC platforms will fully enter the DDR5 era. The new generation of memory has a higher clock, larger capacity, lower power consumption, and stronger error correction ability, but at the beginning, given that DDR5 memory is still not fully mature, it seems that its performance has not been fully exerted.

Recently, Netac announced the launch of its new flagship Z series DDR5 memory. So far, Netac has completed the product layout of DDR5 memory, from low to high. The Z series uses an aluminum alloy vest with a thickness of 1.8mm, which is double the thickness of ordinary memory heat sinks to improve heat dissipation. Its surface adopts a staggered three-dimensional design, and the “Z” logo vaguely appears in the light and shadow, which is very artistic.

The Z series provides two color schemes, black, and silver. As Netac’s flagship DDR5 memory, the Z series has a starting frequency of 6200MHz, provides a 16/32GB x2 package, the timing is CL36-36-36-96, the working voltage is 1.35V, and supports Intel’s latest XMP 3.0 technology. Netac said that in the future, the Z series will launch products with higher clocks one after another.

As can be seen from the internal test screenshots provided by Netac, the Z series DDR5 memory passed the stability stress test.