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DDR5 SO-DIMM for notebook computers demonstrated by SanMax

The first notebook platforms that support DDR5 memory have not yet come out, but Japanese memory module manufacturer SanMax Technologies has already demonstrated aftermarket DDR5 modules that can be used to upgrade Alder Lake-based notebook computers and small desktops.

SanMax’s DDR5 SO-DIMM memory modules for notebook computers and SFF desktops have a capacity of 8GB or 32GB and a DDR5-4800 CL40 mode with a rated voltage of 1.1V. According to the picture released by Hermitage Akihabara, the 32GB DDR5 SDRAM stick is based on Micron’s ICA45 IC. As required by the DDR5 specification, these modules have their own power management IC (PMIC) and voltage regulation circuitry.

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