Corsair has unveiled its Vengeance series of DDR5 memory modules under development. They will be available in three versions: RT, RS and PRO SL. These models are equipped with RGB lighting and differ in the design of the radiators. The manufacturer did not provide any details about the technical characteristics of the new products being prepared for release.
The company also plans to release Dominator series DDR5 RAM.
According to the portal VideoCardzCorsair is already sending engineering samples of the new standard memory modules to reviewers. A photo of one of them was shared by the editor-in-chief of the Wccftech portal, Hassan Mujtaba.
Corsair DDR5 ES (Non-ECC 4800) pic.twitter.com/8yeACrrK3W
– Hassan Mujtaba (@ hms1193) October 5, 2021
More information on clock speeds, timings and overclocking potential of DDR5 memory can be expected closer to the official announcement of the first processors with its support – Intel Alder Lake, which will take place on October 27-28 at the Intel InnovatiON event. According to JEDEC specifications, the minimum data transfer rate for DDR5 memory is 4800 MT / s at 1.1 V.