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    Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    First SKU launched is of 64GB capacity. 32GB and 128GB modules said to be on the way.
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    Re: Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    Yes please, next build is gonna be DDR5 when it get to it anyway.

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    Re: Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    If you have to ask [the price], it is out of your range!

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    Re: Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    And........ I've only just switched to DDR4!

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    Re: Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    I'm most excited about it having ECC. Intel has been preventing ECC's adoption in consumer computers for years.

    It wouldn't surprise me if they stopped blocking it in July last year in the hopes they can use it in marketing when/if they're first to market.

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    Re: Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    Quote Originally Posted by Duckboy79 View Post
    And........ I've only just switched to DDR4!
    affordable DDR5 is 2 years away. It will be ££££££££ on launch

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    Re: Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    Quote Originally Posted by Duckboy79 View Post
    And........ I've only just switched to DDR4!
    I'm still on DDR3 T__T

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    Re: Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    Quote Originally Posted by fend_oblivion View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Duckboy79 View Post
    And........ I've only just switched to DDR4!
    I'm still on DDR3 T__T
    Me too ha... 32Gb DDR3 from 2013.
    Can definitely tell the difference between it and my other rig with DDR4 in though.

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    Re: Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms

    Asgard launches DDR5-4800 RAM for Intel Alder Lake platforms. The new memory module will feature 64GB capacity, is rated at DDR5-4800.

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