ADATA and XPG DDR5 Memory Test Performance. DDR5 SDRAM has become a hot topic. It is the successor to DDR4 SDRAM, which has long been in the mainstream, and is only supported as the main memory of 12th generation Core processors, so its performance and functionality is eye catching. From ADATA, which has a proven track record in memory related products, DDR5 memory products have emerged from the original “XPG” and “ADATA” gaming brands. This time, while explaining the new specs and functionality, I would like to examine the behavior and performance of using this. ADATA and XPG DDR5 Memory Test Performance: Among the 12th generation Core processors, this time I tested using the middle range, which is Core i5–12600K What are the different features of DDR5 and DDR4 SDRAM? DDR5 SDRAM is a high-speed memory standard that replaces DDR4 SDRAM. The origin of DDR is “Dual Data Speed”. It comes from synchronizing with the memory clock and transferring data twice per hour. The basic …
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