Colorful teases its upcoming DDR5 memory
The first photo of the DDR5 memory from Colorful has been shown by Hassan Mujtaba.
Colorful’s V-Color memory brand is soon to release an overclocked DDR5 memory kit featuring 16GB capacity per module. This memory, which is kept in a white color scheme with a slick ARGB strip on top, will have a transfer speed of 6333 MT/s, this is beyond JEDEC’s specs of 4800. Interestingly, the memory will have 1.1 voltage which means it required no change to achieve this speed.
Next-gen DDR5 memory will introduce Intel XMP 3.0 overclocking profiles, as well as onboard PMIC voltage control. Both features will have a direct impact on memory overclockability.
V-Color’s DDR5 memory will look different than its current DDR4 RGB PRO design, which is available with at speed of up to 4133 MT/s at 1.35V:
Next-gen DDR5 memory from all major manufacturers is currently shipping to distributors and retailers. It should be available once the Intel 12th Gen Core series will officially go on sale, which is November 4th.
Source: Hassan Mujtaba (Wccftech)