DDR5 RAM is on the way from Asgard, in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB capacities


TeamGroup may’ve been certainly one of the first to announce that client DDR5 RAM is coming in 2021, however it’s not alone in ushering in the new customary. Asgard – the Chinese-owned reminiscence firm, not the legendary house of Norse gods it’s named after – has now joined the ranks, asserting three capacities of its very personal DDR5 sticks.

As reported by Ithome (through Tom’s Hardware), they’ll ultimately be out there in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB densities. So far, we solely learn about the 64GB providing, which is set to run at 4800MHz and has a reputation that feels prefer it got here proper out of a password supervisor. Of course, it’d change earlier than it lands on cabinets, however for now we’re caught with the VMA5AUK-MMH224W3 mannequin quantity as an alternative of one thing catchier.

Since the present finest gaming CPU isn’t outfitted to deal with the larger frequencies of as much as 8400MHz, Asgard’s DDR5 RAM isn’t that can be purchased simply but. That’ll all change when Intel’s twelfth gen Alder Lake processors, and, in keeping with the publication, AMD’s Van Gogh and Rembrandt APUs land between 2021 and 2022 alongside corresponding motherboards.

As at all times, the identify of the sport with a brand new era is to decrease energy consumption whereas growing efficiency, with Asgard’s DDR5 vary boasting the new customary of 1.1V and 40-40-40 timings.

Granted, it’s not the prettiest module to take a look at with out the flashy heatsinks we’re used to seeing on the finest gaming RAM on the market, however its efficiency may see it take the crown. That being stated, Adata has already touted a whopping 65% switch velocity improve for its DDR5 RAM and we’ve but to see what Corsair, HyperX, Crucial, G.Skill, and different distinguished reminiscence producers have in retailer.