Patriot Unveil its Signature DDR5 Memory Series

PATRIOT has announced that its first DDR5 high-performance memory will be available on the market in November 2021. The Signature DDR5 memory is approximately 75% faster performance over similar high-end and overclocked DDR4 memory right out of the gate. The memory kit provides high-speed frequencies up to 4800 MHz, with future versions ranging up to 8400 MHz. The single modules are available in various capacities, from 8 GB to 64 GB, and the perfect choice for system integrators and those looking to expand their DDR5 system memory.

Patriot Signature DDR5 Memory Series

Each Signature DDR5 module has onboard thermal sensors to monitor and protect against thermal issues and better overall reporting.

Build quality and stability are critical features to successful DRAM memory; An 8-layer black PCB is used on the PATRIOT Signature DDR5 memory for substantial signal integrity. In addition, the latest on-die ECC (Error-Correcting Code) further enhances the accuracy of the data processing and overall system stability. As a result, the PATRIOT Signature DDR5 memory promises to be a wise choice for system integrators and anyone looking to expand their DDR5 system memory, offering a wide range of capacities and configurations, allowing users to get the most from the new ALDER LAKE and Z690 platforms.


  • Lower power consumption, only requiring 1.1 V power input.
  • High-quality power management IC onboard to ensure stable power transfer at high efficiency.
  • Onboard temperature sensors monitor and protect from overheating.
  • On-die ECC error checking capability to provide accurate data processing.
  • Future module capacities up to 256 GB per single stick.

Where Can I Learn More?

At the time of writing, PATRIOT has not confirmed how much these new memory modules will cost. They have, however, said that they will be due for a worldwide release this month (likely around November 4th to coincide with the launch of Intel Alder Lake-S).

Therefore, if you do want to learn more about this and other PATRIOT products, you can check out their official website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

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