DDR5 memory is configured with a power management IC (PMIC), which moves power management from the motherboard to the memory for better load optimization. In addition, the improved architecture has doubled the access availability from 16 Bank of DDR4 memory to 32 Bank, and the IC has its own On-die ECC debug mechanism, which can repair DRAM cells by its own functions, so it has higher stability. Compared with the 1.2V working voltage of DDR4 memory, DDR5 memory is reduced to 1.1V, and the power consumption per unit bandwidth is lower.
The first ELITE PLUS DDR5 memory provides three frequencies of 4800MHz, 5600MHz, and 6000MHz, and provides single and dual-channel packages, with a single capacity from 8GB to 32GB, and there are silver and black vests to choose from to meet the wide range of needs of different users. Team Group stated that the ELITE PLUS DDR5 memory will be released in September 2022, and the ELITE DDR5 memory with a frequency of 6000MHz will be the first to land on e-commerce platforms in North America, including Amazon and Newegg.