The first DDR5-4800 32GB RAM kit is available, priced at US$310
TeamGroup’s DDR5-4800 32GB (2x16GB) memory kit (through momomo_us) Has increased purchases Amazon with New egg 310.99 USD.Currently, there is no processor or motherboard that supports DDR5 memory, but Intel’s 12th generation Alder Lake The chip should change this soon.
The memory kit (TED532G4800C40DC01) comes with a bare black PCB, no fancy heat sink or gorgeous RGB lighting. It is a dual-channel memory kit, so you can get two 16GB DDR5 memory modules. They run under DDR5-4800 at a timing of 40-40-40-77. However, the memory module only needs 1.1V to achieve the above data rate.
Uphold JEDEC’s DDR5 specification, TeamGroup’s DDR5-4800 memory module contains built-in power management IC (PMIC) and voltage regulator module (VRM). Although DDR5 advertises a very high data rate, the timing of the first batch of modules is very loose. It remains to be seen whether DDR5 memory can hang Best memory On the market, but then one would expect that the first kit is far from the best.
The TeamGroup DDR5-4800 32GB memory kit is not cheap, but it is the most cutting-edge hardware after all, which is to be expected. In addition, the global semiconductor shortage has affected memory pricing. In terms of pricing, TeamGroup’s memory kits are in the same category as some high-end DDR4-4000 C16 memory kits on the market. However, if you want to start splitting your next-generation build at this moment, this is currently your only choice.