ADATA Works on 8400 MHz DDR5 RAMs Along With Gigabyte and MSI

ADATA Works on 8400 MHz DDR5 RAMs Along With Gigabyte and MSI

ADATA has partnered with Gigabyte and MSI for new DDR5 RAMs. The new RAMs to be produced by the company are planned to have a capacity of up to 64 GB 8400 MHz.

RAMs, one of the crucial components of our computers, continue to evolve over time. Companies continue to work on the new generation memory technology DDR5. Exciting news came from one of these companies, ADATA.

The company is preparing to produce highly advanced RAM components for the next generation by collaborating with Gigabyte and MSI. Thanks to the company’s new DDR5 RAM technology, it will be possible to see 64 GB 8400 MHz RAMs.

A new era of RAM

After new architectures in processors and technologies such as RTX in graphics cards, it was the turn of RAM to undergo such a transformation. DDR5 memory will bring an important change for the market. With this technology, consumers will be offered RAMs that operate at higher speeds, are more stable and have ECC standards.

According to reports, ADATA uses the latest generation Intel processors in its work with Gigabyte and MSI. We will start to see DDR5 RAMs along with the Alder Lake platform, which will probably be Intel’s 12th generation processors.

With the new DDR5, PC users will have more memory bandwidth per processor core. Thus, DRAMs will eventually be able to cope with the common core count explosion in the near future. With the reduction of bandwidth constraints, computers will show a significant performance increase in the future.

According to ADATA‘s plans, DDR5 memory modules will have speeds that can reach 8400 MHz. In addition, memory capacities can increase up to 64 GB with a single RAM. In terms of comparison, let’s remind that DDR4s we use today generally work at 3200 MHz.

What’s more about the DDR5‘s features such as bandwidth, the speed it will bring is quite exciting. If this potential is reflected in computers with high compatibility, we can have much more advanced computers in the near future.