TeamGroup Confirms its DDR5-4800 Memory is ‘Coming Soon’
Mike Sanders / 1 year ago
With Computex 2021 officially kicked off, we can expect to both hear and see a lot of new things from the PC hardware world over the next few days. In offering us a window into some of their upcoming announcements, TeamGroup has released a brief teaser video. They confirm that their DDR5-4800 memory modules will be set for a consumer release in the near future!
TeamGroup Teases Upcoming DDR5 Launch
In announcing the news, TeamGroup has issued the following statement:
“With the new generation of memory arriving soon, TEAMGROUP has taken the lead to release a DDR5 memory module under its globally top-selling ELITE memory product line. It will come with 16GB and run at 4,800MHz. To increase the memory access performance of the improved architecture, the number of bank groups is doubled that of DDR4. The operating voltage is lowered from 1.2 V to 1.1 V, and data transfer rates have risen from 4,800 Mbps to 5,200 Mbps. That is a 10% reduction in power consumption and an increase of 60% in transfer rate. Furthermore, today’s DDR4 memory requires an additional chip if ECC error correction is needed, but the new DDR5 memory comes with on-die ECC to automatically repair itself and significantly improve system stability. TEAMGROUP’s exciting new generation of DDR5 products is releasing soon and will surely impress.”
What Do We Think?
Given that DDR5 memory is one of the biggest tech releases expected this year, you can expect to hear a lot about it during Computex, and, indeed, pretty much all the way up until the launch of Intel’s Alder Lake-S platform (which is expected to mark its debut). – If you do, however, want to keep up to date with all the TeamGroup Computex 2021 news, you can check out their official YouTube channel (where we expect all of their events to be posted) via the link here!
What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!