With the advent of DDR5, a new era of RAM is approaching, but like most PC components these days, you’re lucky enough to get some. Selling eBay’s Skull Perstick at up to 6 times the retail price is a huge problem, and if you want to buy a luxurious new DDR5-compatible motherboard that you can’t buy anywhere else, you only have to pay for it. Still, DDR5 is a new hit, which means gamers want it. In the old days of DDR4, we often saw overclockers achieving these sweet high speeds 24 hours a day. In 2019, G.Skill managed 6GHz with an 8GB Trident Z Royal module. Micron then used an 8 GB Crucial Ballistix Elite 4000 memory module to add a few Hz to the record. With the release of
DDR5, you’ll see even more crazy speeds. G.Skill has already pushed DDR5 to 7GHz, but that wasn’t enough, so DDR5 continued to challenge faster than ever with the help of liquid nitrogen. Corsair is now in the ring with a new high-speed DDR5 Dominator Platinum RGB kit that operates at 6.4GHz and 6.2GHz. Both are offered in sets of 2x16GB sticks, and 6.2GHz is sufficient for most gamers. However, many do not like to stick to their limits. According to Corsair, the company’s 32 GB Vengeance DDR5 RAM was used to push the mllrkllr 88 overclocking to the limit. Liquid nitrogen was used to manage 8,149 MHz (see photo). Of course, I combined it with the Alder Lake processor. At HWBOT, the score reaches the seventh fastest speed in the world, so DDR5 looks about the same speed as flying from the shelves. While dreaming of
DDR5, I keep staring out the window and craving for absurd online offers. I can’t wait to see how fast we can go before I can find some in the store.