DDR5 finally reaches the 10ns mark of its predecessors in V-Color’s new DDR5-6400 C32!
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.
Amazon has DDR5 in-stock, as long as you’re willing to pay the scalpers.
Crucial’s CT2K16G48C40U5 DDR5-4800 kit arrived at our door, just in time for the official release!
Fronting good speed and reasonable latency, the first samples will be available at 16GB or 32GB per-DIMM capacity.