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  • When your RAM goes faster than your CPU - Micron DDR5-5100 tested


    Interestingly, AMD CPUs and chipsets have support for it




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    First to say sorry because of NDA I cannot say what models these are so some information are covered:



    Current view Micron series of 2GB chips are in the best physical condition, single rank 16GB on the single-sided PCB is not having any pressure at all and tolerable to high frequency~

    Perhaps on the AMD platform, this does not represent performance, but because it saves time, XD.



    Okay, uploading the pictures:

    First picture is that the memory has a factory setting of XMP 5000.





    Let's supplement the DDR4-5100 during the previous experiment.







    Then wait for the memory factory to mass-produce!

    After all, there is no solution to how the memory factory takes a memory to form a stick!!






    Source: https://www.chiphell.com/thread-2200976-1-1.html




    Thoughts: The numbers look impressive but the Latency looks horrible, I also imagine the price to be ludicrous at least for a year.




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