Domestic ddr5 memory: frequency 4800mhz, maximum capacity 128GB

Asgard, a domestic memory manufacturer, launched its first ddr5 memory, with capacity of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB respectively. The 64GB version of the publicity map, green PCB board, has no auxiliary heat dissipation.

The frequency of this memory is 4800mhz, which is the starting frequency in ddr5 standard. It is still far from the upper limit of 6400mhz in the current standard, but it will gradually improve in the future. Its working voltage is 1.1V, which is also the standard voltage in ddr5 specification, and also follows JEDEC’s “B” standard, which means that the sequence is 40-40-40. Compared with the ordinary DDR4 memory, the speed has been nearly twice as high as that of DDR4, and the energy consumption is reduced by 20. The progress is obvious.

Domestic ddr5 memory: frequency 4800mhz, maximum capacity 128GB

Asgart has not yet mass produced this ddr5 memory, and the price has not been disclosed. There is no platform available for ddr5 memory usage, but asgart says it will move as soon as Intel’s 12th generation core series processors and its supporting 600 series chipsets are ready, which means it will probably be in the third or fourth quarter.

Asgart also introduces some processors that Intel and AMD may support ddr5 memory in the future, including Intel’s alder Lake series desktop processor, sapphire

Rapids server processor and tiger lake-u series mobile processor, as well as AMD’s Rembrandt and Van Gogh mobile platform processors. Amd code “Van”

Gogh “may be less heard of, it is said that it is a 7Nm process, Zen

2 architecture, ddr5lddr5 memory support, integrated Navi architecture core products, competitors are Intel tiger lake-y series processors.

It is not too far from ddr5 to meet users in consumer market, and it should be seen in the year.