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Gigabyte Z790 QVL Reveals New DDR5-7400, DDR5-7200 RAM

Gigabyte has published a list of unannounced DDR5 memory modules boasting extremely high data transfer rates, including 7000 MT/s, 7200 MT/s, and 7400 MT/s. The modules should be available from various brands, including Gigabyte's own Aorus division, Adata, and Kingston. Unfortunately, the memory sticks will require high voltages and slip into systems powered by high-end motherboards.As it turns out, Gigabyte's top-of-the-range Z790 Aorus Master platform supports (opens in new tab) (as noticed by @momomo_us (opens in new…

TeamGroup Unveils DDR5-7200 Memory Modules

TeamGroup has introduced the industry's first DDR5 memory modules boasting a data transfer rate of 7200 MT/s. T-Force Delta RGB modules are among best memory modules, and the new DDR5-7200 memory modules are designed primarily for Intel's 13th Generation Core 'Raptor Lake' processors and are currently the fastest memory sticks in the world.TeamGroup's new T-Force Delta RGB family adds three speed bins: DDR5-6800, DDR5-7000, and DDR5-7200 CL34 at 1.4 Volts. Like other modules aimed at high-end Intel-based systems, the new…

TeamGroup’s Speedy DDR5-7200 C34 RAM Hits Retail For $350

As VideoCardz (opens in new tab) spotted recently, TeamGroup is readying a new high-end DDR5 memory kit to compete with the best RAM on the market. The company's T-Force Delta RGB gaming memory has hit a whopping DDR5-7200 with reasonably tight timings.Many vendors already offer DDR5-6600 memory kits, but none have broken the DDR5-7000 mark. Therefore, the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-7200 is the fastest retail memory kit for now. Newegg has listed the memory kit for $349.99 (opens in new tab), but it's not available for…

Samsung: 1TB DDR5 RAM in 2024, DDR5-7200 in 2025

To support the launch of next-generation server platforms from AMD and Intel, Samsung plans to introduce a lineup of all-new DDR5 server memory modules topped by the industry's first 512GB RDIMM/LRDIMM and based on 16Gb and 24Gb DDR5 devices. The next step in Samsung's DDR5 innovation — a 32Gb IC — will come in early 2023 and enable the company to build a 1TB memory module in late 2023 or early 2024. Meanwhile, in two years, Samsung intends to release ICs with a 7200 MT/s data transfer rate.1TB DDR5 RDIMMs in 2024, 2TB…