XPG Lancer DDR5 is ADATA’s first gaming DDR5

The gaming division of ADATA has unveiled its first set of next-generation RAM. XPG Lancer DDR5 memory has just made their debut, which are in fact the first DDR5 for gamers,

Premiera XPG Lancer DDR5-5200

XPG Lancer DDR5 Kits, once they hit the market at an unknown price, will be offered both individually and in pairs with 16 GB of capacity per module. On the appearance side, these models come down to a two-piece housing, whose uniform heat sink is cut in half by a diagonal line, separating the matte, smooth part from the one with visible white lines. The third element is an obligatory nowadays milky diffuser for decorative RGB LEDs.

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On the performance side, the XPG Lancer DDR5 is available in the DDR5-5200 version, which means it offers up to 5200 MT / s while maintaining a clock speed of 2600 MHz. Of course, there is also the obligatory PMIC “power section” and the built-in ECC on board.

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XPG also took care of the support of Intel XPG 3.0 technology, which guarantees that Lancer DDR5 will run stably, offering top performance.