GeIL has today announced its next-generation DDR5 RGB high-performance gaming memory. Polaris RGB is ready for the upcoming DDR5 platform set to make its initial debut with Intel’s Alder Lake-S processors. It has been seven years since DDR4 launched into the market, and GeIL has put countless hours into developing the new DDR5 memory modules. And in doing so, GeIL has designed the Polaris RGB to provide RGB illuminated high-performance DDR5 gaming memory and has been working closely with motherboard makers to guarantee the best compatibility and reliability among the latest Intel and AMD motherboards.
The GeIL Polaris RGB DDR5 Gaming Memory is designed to deliver unprecedented performance through larger capacities, enhanced speeds, and broader bandwidth per processor core. Increasing system performance and efficiency is the cornerstone of any new memory generation, and GeIL is dedicated to offering a better enthusiastic extension and exceptional overclocking potential to its customers. The new DDR5 memory incorporates the latest DDR5 PMIC (Power Management IC) architecture design for smart voltage and power management, allowing a more comprehensive range in voltage adjustment and tweaking. This embedded PMIC and module design are sure to boost the overall performance, stability, and overclocking potential dramatically.
The GeIL DDR5 memory specification starts at 4800 MHz with the sub-timing latencies of CL40-40-40 at 1.1 volts. The overclocking products are also under development, including 6000 MHz CL32-36-36, 6400 MHz CL32-36-36, 6800 MHz CL36-44-44, and 7200 MHz CL36-44-44, and will be available with non-RGB product versions at the same time.
DDR5 memory is set to mark its official consumer debut with the launch of Intel’s Alder Lake-S and supporting motherboards later this year. With this news, however, it seems abundantly clear that GeIL is ready to bring its high-performance memory to the market. And for the gaming consumer, this is certainly exciting stuff.
With capacities ranging from 16 GB (16 GB x1) up to 128 GB (32 GB x4), although no official product website has been launched yet, for more information on GeIL and their memory solutions, you can check out their website via the link here!
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