With both Intel and AMD now supporting DDR5 memory, users on both platforms get to take advantage of the new memory. That’s somewhat true if
DDR5 memory has been in the consumer market for quite some time now and unlike the ludicrous price we’re seeing when it first launched, it’s
It’s been a year since DDR5 memory is made available to the consumer market and as an early adopter myself, I can say that the
Coming from DDR4 memory since 2014, DDR5 offers a handful of upgrades such as increased capacity per DIMM, higher memory bandwidth, higher memory frequency, and
Increased capacity per DIMM, higher memory bandwidth, and higher frequency at lower voltage are some of the new aspects you’ll get on DDR5, and with Intel launching its 12th Gen Core processors and Z690 motherboards, we’re finally able to experience the long-awaited DDR5 memory for the first time.