ADATA Announces XPG LANCER DDR5 Memory –

There is nothing left for the new Intel Alder Lake processors to be on sale and with them the possibility of installing DDR5 memories, so today we inform you that ADATA announces its XPG LANCER DDR5 memories.

XPG is a provider that is growing very fast when it comes to gaming components and peripherals, and today, a few days after the launch of the new intel microphones, ADATA announces its XPG LANCER DDR5 memories. These modules are the first with DDR5 technology that the company will launch, the XPG LANCER DDR5 memories.

These DDR5 AXPG LANCER DDR5 memory modules offer higher bandwidth, allocating more bandwidth per CPU core and reaching frequencies of up to 5,200 MT / s. Furthermore, it is equipped with a PMIC (Power Management Integrated Circuit) and ECC (Error Correcting Code) for better performance and stability. LANCER comes with 16GB of capacity.

The XPG LANCER ushers in the DDR5 era for XPG memory by offering a significant performance boost for gaming and overclocking. With Error Correcting Code, (ECC) this module can automatically correct errors in real time. In addition to greatly reducing the load of CPU calculations, it also provides greater stability and reliability.

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The use of high-quality ICs and PCBs ensures uncompromising performance and reliable overclocking, ideal for demanding gamers and overclockers. With support for Intel® XMP 3.0, users can easily get overclocked without the need to enter the BIOS. No need to repeatedly tweak and adjust overclocking parameters.

The XPG LANCER features customizable RGB lighting. Users can choose from different effects (static, breath, and kite) or sync the lights to their favorite songs via Music mode. All of this can be done through RGB control software from all major motherboard brands.

LANCER series DDR5 memory will be available at 5200MT / s with 16GB single channel kit and dual channel kit. (6000MT / s version coming soon)

Source: videocardz