Intel’s 12th-generation Core Duo has been released, and the performance improvement is obvious, and this generation also first released DDR5 memory, PCIe
5.0. At present, DDR5 memory is still relatively small, and it is also a lot more expensive. If you are worried about compatibility, you can check the compatibility list officially announced by Intel, up to DDR5-6666. Among these compatible DDR5 memory, there are 22 models in total, mainly from Zhiqi, Corsair, and Kingston. They are all 16GB packages, with a single 8GB capacity, which is suitable for the mainstream, which is a bit small for high-end users.
In terms of performance,These memory frequencies start at 4800MHz, followed by 5200MHz, 6000MHz, up to DDR5-6666MHz, which was launched by Zhiqi, with a timing of 40-40-40-7 and a voltage of 1.35V.
These memories also support XMP 3.0 overclocking specifications. For details, please refer to the figure below.
However, according to Intel, compared to DDR4-3200, DDR5-4800 has the leading game performance most of the time, but the margin is not too large, generally not exceeding 5%, so there is no need to rush to a new generation of memory.