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Corsair: DDR5 modules need better cooling

Leading suppliers of enthusiast memory modules such as Corsair have announced that their upcoming DDR5 SDRAM memory sticks have unprecedented data transfer rates, starting from 6400 MT/s to 12600 tons/secCorsair said this week that, to a large extent, this extreme speed will be achieved through the on-board power management IC (PMIC) and voltage regulation module (VRM), which will require proper cooling.

“As you can imagine, DDR5 can run hotter than DDR4 [as] They have moved the voltage regulation away from the motherboard itself, and now it’s [module], So you can actually generate more heat,” Corsair’s DIY marketing director George Makris said in a statement. YouTube video From the company.

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