Polaris RGB Sync DDR5-4800 (GOSR532GB4800C40DC) is a dual-channel memory kit consisting of two 16GB DDR5 non-ECC memory modules. The memory runs by DDR5-4800 by default, the timing is 40-40-40-77, and the DRAM voltage is 1.1V, so there is no need for overclocking.This means that the memory kit should be compatible with Intel’s upcoming 12th generation Plug and Play Alder Lake Processor with native DDR5-4800 (PC5-38400) support.
According to a document from Intel DDR5-4800 verification At Lake Alder, we can look forward to it earlier DDR5 The product uses 16 Gb chips from SK Hynix, Samsung or Micron. Regardless of the DRAM supplier, the Polaris RGB Sync 16GB memory module may adopt a single-rank (1Rx8) design.
Unlike TeamGroup’s DDR5-4800 32GB memory kit, which retails for US$310.99, Polaris RGB Sync is priced at US$39. Again, GeIL’s memory kit is indeed equipped with a beautiful radiator and gorgeous RGB lighting. The company offers Polaris RGB Sync in three colors: white, gray and red. In addition to the 32GB (2x16GB) demo, Polaris RGB Sync also offers a single DIMM and 16GB (2x8GB) and 64GB (2x32GB) kits.
Due to Intel’s Alder Lake chip and matching, it is almost pointless to buy a DDR5 memory kit now Z690 motherboard It cannot be officially purchased at this time. More importantly, it remains to be seen whether DDR5 will usher in a significant performance improvement over DDR4.Obviously, we don’t want the original DDR5 products to be Best memory in the market.