GALAX (KFA2) Reveals It Also Has Micron's DDR5 Memory Chips

GALAX (KFA2 in Europe), showed on its social networks that Micron has already supplied it with the DDR5 memory chips with which to manufacture its new generation of high-performance GALAX DDR5 DRAM memory ready for overclocking.

This memory is expected to debut at the end of the year, as long as the Intel Alder Lake-S platform does not suffer any delay. In the case of AMD, we should wait until next year, specifically the AMD Ryzen 7000 processors with the Zen4 architecture.

"DDR5 memory for overclocking has a greater range of voltage adjustment, thanks to its improved PMI for power management. This PMIC can support high frequency overclocking with a voltage higher than 2.6V. In previous generations, the voltage was controlled by the motherboard. With DDR5,  components have been moved into memory, allowing the module to take care of voltage conversion, reducing not only voltage wear but also generating noise. This allows for significantly increased headroom for overclocking compared to the past, and more powerful computing processing. "

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