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Corsair, G.Ability, and Kingston showcase their DDR5 RAM kits – RAM – Information

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With Intel’s latest platform and motherboard makers hopping on the DDR5 practice (largely, there’ll nonetheless be DDR4 motherboards, even with the higher-end Z690 chipset merchandise), avid gamers, fans and overclockers are most likely casting a beady eye in direction of the DDR5 reminiscence market. HEXUS has beforehand reported on the brand new system RAM customary for shopper PCs (coming to an AMD platform in 2022, too), however now all the main PC RAM module distributors have taken the wraps off their first product salvo.

Right this moment I’m taking a look at Corsair, G.Ability, and Kingston Fury DDR5 choices at present, as these corporations have gotten in contact with me, outlining their latest DDR5 merchandise and kits. Additionally they characterize a wide variety of the market, and we’ve had earlier generations of all these makers’ PC desktop RAM within the HEXUS labs.

Corsair DDR5

Corsair has upgraded its Dominator Platinum RGB and Vengeance traces for the DDR5 period, leveraging 25 years of expertise. Initially, the Fremont, Ca primarily based agency is launching at speeds of as much as DDR5-5200 and capacities of as much as 32GB per module.

In case you’re unfamiliar with the Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB and Vengeance traces. The previous options 12 ultra-bright individually addressable Capellix LEDs per module in addition to a solid aluminium building with anodized end, the latter has the identical underlying DDR5 tech however in a extra understated aesthetic characterised by its strong and practical aluminium heatspreader.

In the event you head on over to the linked product pages, you will notice Dominator Platinum RGB kits obtainable at DDR5-4800 C34, and DDR5-5200-C38. These are each 32GB (2x16GB) kits which prices US$320 and $330, respectively In the event you favor the non-RGB Vengeance modules, these can be found in a DDR5-5200 C38 32GB equipment or DDR5-4400 C36 64GB equipment, at $290 or $620, respectively. There is no such thing as a inventory of any of those kits on the time of writing.

G.Ability DDR5

On the run-up to the Intel occasion yesterday night, I’ve seen G.Ability trot out press releases about DDR5-6400 CL36 reminiscence kits, then the “World’s Quickest DDR5-6600 CL36 Trident Z5 reminiscence kits” only a week in the past. Right this moment it has introduced an excessive pace DDR5 reminiscence equipment at DDR5-6800 CL38 32GB (2x16GB), “designed for the newest twelfth Gen Intel Core desktop processors and Intel Z690 chipset motherboards”.

As common, G.Ability has omitted data about pricing and availability; suffice to say, these excessive pace kits will include a value premium.

Kingston DDR5

Kingston has emailed HEXUS to speak about its new Kingston Fury Beast DDR5. The agency was forthcoming with specs and offered a transparent product matrix, as you may see beneath.

Kingston FURY Beast DDR5

Half Quantity



16GB 4800MHz CL38 Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 Single Module, 1.1V


32GB 4800MHz CL38 Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 Equipment of two, 1.1V


16GB 5200MHz CL40 Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 Single Module, 1.25V


32GB 5200MHz CL40 Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 Equipment of two, 1.25V


These modules and kits have been examined and permitted on ADL-S processors and Z690 motherboards from the likes of Asus, MSI, ASRock, and Gigabyte. Modules are Intel XMP 3.0-Prepared and Licensed, plug and play prepared, in single 16GB or kits of 2x 16GB, for 32GB capability.

I haven’t got any DDR5 module/equipment pricing particulars from Kingston to share presently.

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