Published on January 18th, 2022 | by Andrew Bistak

PNY launches next gen performance DDR5 4800MHz desktop memory in ANZ

PNY have launched the latest addition to their extensive lineup of PC memory for computer upgrades as well as for enthusiasts and gamers, the Performance DDR5 4800MHz Desktop Memory, in Australia and New Zealand. Designed for next generation systems supporting the new memory standard, DDR5 will allow for higher density modules and faster frequency speeds as compared to previous generation technologies.

PNY Performance DDR5 is designed to support the growing lineup of motherboards compatible with the new DDR5 memory standard. This advanced technology supports many new and exciting features that were limited or not supported in previous generations of PC memory.

DDR5 is able to support higher density modules, up to 4 times higher per module and faster frequency speeds as standard. Compared to DDR4 which has a limited JEDEC standard speed of 3200 megahertz, DDR5 starts at 4800MHz. The PNY Performance memory will also start at 16GB per module and feature the JEDEC standard frequency of 4800 megahertz.

The DDR5 modules will operate at ultra-low 1.1 volts and feature on-die ECC support which increases efficiency. Existing DDR4 memory relies on the motherboard to handle voltage conversion but DDR5 supports that conversion on-module resulting in lower voltage wear and less noise generation. Thanks to the on-module PMIC (Power Management IC) DDR5 also has higher amounts of headroom for overclocking support and voltage adjustments.

Whilst the Intel Alder Lake CPU was the first platform to support the DDR5 standard, growing support from other CPU manufactures means DDR5 will likely overtake DDR4 in popularity by 2023.

Kevin Chang, Product Manager from PNY said, “We’re excited to have cutting-edge DDR5 technology in our product portfolio. While we are launching our first DDR5 models in the Performance line, we will also be supporting gamers, content creators, and enthusiasts in their on-going quest for ultimate performance, by launching models under our XLR8 Gaming brand featuring higher frequency speeds and include models with aggressive out-of-the-box overclocking, stylish heat spreaders and RGB.”

The new 8GB PNY DDR5 has an RRP of AU$199/ NZ$219 and the 16GB has an RRP of AU$299/ NZ$329.For current availability in Australia contact Leader Systems at https://www.leadersystems.com.au/contactusfordeler.html and in New Zealand contact Ingram Micro (NZ) at https://nz.ingrammicro.com/site/cms?page=IGMContactUs

For more on the PNY Performance DDR5 4800MHz Desktop Memory go to: https://www.pny.com.tw/en/products-detail/PNY-Performance-DDR5-4800MHz-Desktop-Memory/

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