And it’s already available in stores!
Excited utterances of overclocking ability were already flooding the net by the time our Rocket DDR5-4800 arrived. We confirm.
Ten nanoseconds for DDR5 buyers who don’t want to tune their own.
Displaying Viper Gaming’s full line of memory and peripherals, those who can’t attend the event are welcomed to participate online.
Viper brings us the fastest-rated memory we’ve tested, but will its C40 timings perform?
DDR5 finally reaches the 10ns mark of its predecessors in V-Color’s new DDR5-6400 C32!
Trident Z5 raises the performance bar as DDR5 availability and pricing begin to normalize.
Priced between basic DDR4-4800 and RGB DDR5-5600, XPG Lancer hits the data-rate middle ground. We examine its value.
Hong Kong seller KingBank now sells 16GB DDR5-4800 DIMMs for $100, putting $200 dual-channel kits within buyer’s grasp.
The Ballistix brand is retiring after eighteen years of service to the overclocking community. It will be missed.