Corsair reveals that his DDR5 memories will need better cooling

Data transfer from memory starts at 6400 MT/s and goes up to 12600 MT/s

George Markris, marketing director gives Corsair, presented on the company’s program Tech Talks that the next generation of memories DDR5 it will be bigger the better and too much for Mr. Incredible… I mean, hotter than the current ones DDR4.

A Corsair haven’t released your memories yet DDR5, which should arrive this quarter, but is already releasing information about the new technology. The manufacturer that makes the lines today Vengeance e Dominator is upgrading its memory module cooling technology to the new generation. As explained George Markris, the voltage regulator migrated from motherboard to the module via a power management integrated circuit. This change can generate more heat on the PCB and the DRAM itself. For this reason that the Corsair is looking for cooling improvements for the new generation of memoirs.

As DDR5 memories they will have speeds from 6,400 MT/s to 12,600 MT/s, with capacity standards for mainstream models starting with 32GB, going through 64GB and 128GB. In addition to an increase in capacity, hotter memories that require better cooling can also increase the height of the memories, leaving heatsinks behind.

What is Daft Punk and the Corsair have to say about the next generation of memories? Harder, Better, faster, stronger. Remembering here my first gamer PC and its 128MB Kingstons (or was it 256MB?) that didn’t even know what heatsink was. Time flies as fast as the speed of technology DDR5.

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Via: WCCF Tech, Tom’s Hardware Source: Corsair



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