The ddr5 memory debut is very close, as well as that of next-generation desktop platforms and notebooks that will support the new ram memory standard. Among the first companies to adopt dram ddr5 we will be intel with the processors and chipset series alder Lake-S, products that could arrive at the end of summer, introducing among other things different novelties (they will be the first desktop to 10nm of intel.) Apparently the ddr5 will have a basic standard for latency (it starts from a cl of 40,) while for the frequencies we will soon see the first modules of 6400 mhz, with some models that are accredited to operate also to 10 ghz.

The ddr5 rams will therefore be more efficient, offering superior operating frequencies and at the same time ensuring better support for the overlock thanks to a new integrated power controller.