DDR5 isn’t with out its points. First amongst these is availability, which continues to frustrate potential patrons, however there’s additionally the difficulty of DDR5’s excessive latency when in comparison with that of DDR4. We’re solely a few months into its life, and fortunately each availability and the latency look to be bettering. G.Talent has introduced the discharge of a DDR5-6400 reminiscence package with a CAS latency of simply 32. It looks as if latency issues, minor they might be, will quickly be a factor of the previous.
The Trident Z5 and Trident Z5 RGB 32GB (2x16GB) kits are rated to run at DDR5-6400 CL32-39-39-102 at 1.40V. The IC used wasn’t revealed, although we would count on it is both Samsung or Hynix.
It’s essential to notice that whereas a CAS latency of 32 could be very spectacular for default operation, it’s only one timing. The Trcd, Trp and Tras additionally play a component, and these are set at 39-39-102 although we’re positive these could be lowered with some tweaking or adventurous voltage utility. It isn’t simply the reminiscence that performs a component, however the reminiscence controller of the CPU.
We’ve been very impressed with a number of of G.Talent’s current reminiscence kits. We appreciated it’s DDR5-6000 C36 kit, even when it is nonetheless very troublesome to search out. There’s additionally the current information that it’s Trident Z5 modules had been overclocked to a world record DDR5-8888.
DDR5 expertise remains to be within the nascent stage and we are able to count on continuous improvement with quicker clocks, quicker timings and new world information. It’s solely a matter of time earlier than a talented overclocker hits DDR5-10000.