ZADAK Has Announced Its Own DDR5 Memory Kits Featuring RGB


ZADAK is the most recent company to announce DDR5 memory in its Spark range of memory kits. The firm unveiled its next-generation DDR5 memory modules, which will have RGB lights and a high-end cooling solution as well. ZADAK has become one of the first companies to unveil its DDR5 kits for consumers with its Spark memory lineup.

The ZADAK Spark DDR5 memory kits come in 16 GB and 32 GB capacities. Standard transfer speeds will be 4800 MT/s, with overclocked speeds reaching 7200 MT/s. Compared to DDR4 memory, these speeds are reported to be accomplished at significantly lower voltages (1.1V vs 1.2V). Other characteristics include a PMIC (Power Management IC) that is included in the DRAM module and aids in energy management.

Coming to the design, the ZADAK Spark DDR5 memory kit comes in a white color scheme. The white-colored shroud acts as a heat dissipator gray brushed heat sink. There are also RGB LEDs for those who want to add some bling to their next-gen PCs but you will also have the option to turn those LEDs off too if you are aiming for a minimalistic look.


ZADAK has also said that it is working closing with motherboard manufacturers such as ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock to deliver compatibility and stability for their DDR5 memory modules. The memory kits are scheduled to hit the market by the end of 2021, meaning they will most probably be available in Q4 this year, around the same time as Intel’s Alder Lake CPUs.

The very first CPU platform to support DDR5 memory will be Intel’s Alder Lake. A big change from DDR4 to DDR5 is that the components that are required for the voltage conversion are now moved over to the memory DIMM itself, reducing voltage wear and noise generation while simultaneously offering increased room for overclocking. DDR5 memory also features built-in ECC, lower power consumption, and higher stability compared to DDR4 memory modules.

DDR5 memory will bring a 2x performance increase compared to DDR4. We will have to wait and see how the DDR5 memory changes the PC space. so far TEAMGROUP is the only company that has released its DDR5 memory kits to the public.

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