Netac will scale up player cases. RAMs, which are indispensable for any computer, also adapt to evolving hardware. Chinese company Netac prepares to start production of 10,000 MHz DDR5 RAM.
Later this year, Intel’s Alder Lake-S processors and its successor AMD Zen 4 series processors will have one thing in common: support for next-generation memory standards. Various manufacturers have also started working with the new generation of DDR5 RAMs.
So far we have seen the DDR5 RAM announcements from a few companies. As the release date of the processors approached, Chinese manufacturer Netac was one of the companies that announced the new DDR5 RAM. The goal of the company is gamers.
Target 10,000 MHz
Netac’s aim is to produce 10,000 MHz of DDR5 RAMs suitable for use in game consoles. So they want to drastically increase memory speed in line with new processors. The goal they announced is to nearly double the speed of the fastest DDR4 memory available today.
The speed of the DDR4 memory currently in use is generally between 3000-4000 MHz. The fastest DDR4, T-Force Xtreem DDR4-5600 MHz memory got stuck at 5600 MHz, as the name suggests. We also know that these RAMs are generally used by professional overclockers.
TeamGroup also develops DDR5 memory modules. For now, only DDR5-4500MHz modules have been announced. Samsung is also working on 512 GB memory modules. It uses HKMG technology in these modules. It was indicated that these modules can reach a speed of 7,200 MHz.
Netac got its first DDR5 chips
Netac has also received the first series of next-generation memory chips from Micron for the new RAM it will develop, and it is developing new memories with these chips. According to ITHome, the new product code was IFA45 Z9ZSB. These chips, which are technical examples, are not the final product.
The fact that RAMs reach 10,000 MHz may not make a big difference. Nevertheless, once the products hit the market, they will be designed with very aggressive player sales campaigns. It is better to collect compatible pieces when collecting crates than to collect the best pieces.