As found Graphics cardIn today’s online announcement, ADATA unveiled several new products, including its first DDR5 memory module with a frequency of up to 12600 MTps, making it the fastest DDR5 module released so far. The company also released a series of other products, including PCIe Gen4 SSD, external SSD, notebook computers and SD card readers.
ADATA showed two DDR5 models at its event. One is its general-purpose DDR5 module with a maximum operating frequency of 8400 MTps, each DIMM capacity up to 64GB, running at 1.1v. This is consistent with the fastest DDR5 module announced by any memory manufacturer (including Samsung, SK Hynix and Crucial) we have seen so far.
But the next model is much faster. The speed is up to 12,600 MTps, which is the fastest speed announced by all DDR5 modules so far. Adata will locate these modules on gaming equipment and brand them with the XPG brand.
Unfortunately, this is all that Adata says; there is no news about the pricing, availability, or upcoming memory configurations of its new DDR5 modules.
It will be interesting to see how quickly Adata can start producing its ultra-fast 12600 MTps memory model because SK hynix’s previous statement It is recommended that any high-speed kits close to 8400MTps or higher will not be available in the first wave of DDR5 adoption. Simply put, DDR5 needs to reach a certain level of maturity for high-speed kits to become a reality, at least in retail. Nevertheless, it is great to see that ultra-high-speed DDR5 modules are under development and will appear soon.