ADATA announces DDR5 and DDR4 Ace memory modules

ADATA announces DDR5 and DDR4 Ace memory modules

ADATA Technology has officially introduced the Ace series RAM modules and kits, designed for use in desktop computers, workstations and gaming systems.

    Image source: ADATA Technology

Image source: ADATA Technology

Products of the DDR5 standard with a frequency of 6400 MHz, as well as DDR4 with a frequency of 3600 MHz, made their debut. In the first case, the supply voltage is 1.45 V, in the second – 1.35 V. The operating temperature range is from 0 to 85 degrees Celsius.

DDR5 memory supports Intel XMP 3.0 overclocking profiles and DDR4 supports XMP 2.0: This makes it easier to choose settings for the RAM subsystem in UEFI. Solutions have a lifetime guarantee.

For standard DDR5 modules there is an integrated Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC) for improved stability. With the built-in Error Correction System (ECC), products can correct errors in real time, providing greater reliability.

The memory modules of the Ace series are characterized by a slim design. Their heatsinks are made of high-quality aluminum and treated with nano-imprinting technology, giving them a multi-dimensional appearance with different shadow effects depending on the viewing angle.

Also featured are limited edition Ace 6400 DDR5 modules with bright colors and an original pattern created by German designer and illustrator Mister Fred.

All new articles are offered in sets of two pieces of 16 GB each with a total volume of 32 GB. The price is not specified.


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