Patriot launches new DDR5-4800 desktop memory, which is expected to hit 8400MHz in the future
With the official arrival of Intel’s 12th-generation Alder Lake platform,As one of the world’s leaders in high-performance memory, SSD, gaming peripherals and flash memory solutions, Patriot also recently announced its Signature series DDR5-4800 desktop memory new products.It is reported that this series of memory is scheduled to be launched in November 2021, and the performance is about 75% higher than the previous generation of high-end/overclocked DDR4 memory, and it is expected to provide specifications up to DDR5-8400 in the future.
In terms of capacity, Porti provides a single 8GB to 64GB option (it is expected to reach a single 256GB in the future), which can flexibly meet the actual needs of system integrators and system expansion users. Roger Shinmoto, Vice President of PATRIOT Memory said:
“Bodi has been maintaining close cooperation with motherboard manufacturers to ensure that the DDR5 memory produced by our company has excellent stability and is compatible withIntelGood compatibility with Alder Lake desktop CPU / Z690 chipset platform”.
By moving the power management chip (PMIC) from the motherboard side to the memory PCB, the Patriot Signature series desktop DDR5-4800 memory module can still bring extreme benefits despite the low voltage of 1.1V (lower power consumption and heat generation). Good performance.
The 8-layer black PCB ensures signal integrity, and the on-board temperature sensor can be used to monitor and prevent thermal issues. In addition, the latest generation of DDR5 memory has on-chip ECC error correction code function, which helps to further improve the stability of data processing and overall system stability.
Finally, Patriot promised to provide a lifetime limited warranty for the new Signature series DDR5-4800 desktop memory products, which will be introduced to major global retail channels in November 2021.