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System memory (RAM) technology hasn’t offered any exciting innovation for a long time. The new DDR5 standard does not comply with this statement.

Did you know that current DDR4 memories can be classified as legacy technology? The first DDR4 RAM was introduced in 2011, and mass use was achieved in 2015. So it’s a standard that’s more than a decade old. While processors, graphics cards, and disks get major upgrades almost annually, random access memory (RAM) technology has remained somewhat stagnant in recent years. Manufacturers are introducing faster RAM modules every year with more capacity and lower latency (CAS latency), but PC enthusiasts still miss some major innovations.

And we got it in the form of a new DDR5 standard. What is the difference between DDR4 and DDR5? The DDR5 RAM modules are virtually identical to the previous generation of DDR4, which isn’t a huge surprise. The transition from DDR3 to DDR4 has increased the number of pins, and DDR5 retains the current number of 288 pins, but these are slightly different. The biggest difference is at the level of architectural design. DDR4 modules have one 64-bit channel, while DDR5 has two independent 32-bit channels.

One of the biggest advantages of DDR5 memory modules is that they provide a higher level of bandwidth, which is important because the number of cores in a processor is constantly increasing. DDR5 also brings more dense memory modules. The capacity of the DDR5 RAM module can reach 256 GB, which is four times the capacity per module compared to the previous generation DDR4, which was limited to 64 GB. DDR5 memory modules also include ECC single-bit error detection and correction. Revolutionary changes include moving the voltage regulator to the memory module itself. In ancient generations, it was present on the base plate.

Now other questions arise, which DDR5 RAM to choose?

Kingston Fury Beast DDR5 – A beast that lives up to its name

DDR5 technology is just beginning to develop, but it is already showing signs that we will see rapid improvements in system memory capacity and capacity in the coming years. As a typical example, we can take a look at the new Kingston Fury Beast DDR5 RGB memory modules.

The Kingston name is well known in the gaming world. It is famous for its best in class memory modules and also for other devices such as solid state drives. This time around, Kingston’s gaming division has prepared several DDR5 RAM modules, which boast speeds of up to 6000Mbps, which is a really cool feat.

Let’s stress that DDR5 RAM is not suitable for every human being. You will need a suitable processor (12th generation Intel) and a motherboard (Z690), which currently belongs to a higher premium class. But the good news is that Kingston Fury Beast DDR5 RGB has been certified by all major motherboard manufacturers.

If you are a user who updates their hardware regularly and always wants to have the latest technology in their hands, then DDR5 is definitely a logical investment.

Certified for systems running the IntelĀ® XMP 3.0 standard, Kingston Fury Beast DDR5 RGB automatically optimizes preset memory settings, including delay times, operating frequencies, and voltages, without the user having to manually interfere with XMP settings in the BIOS. This means that the Fury Beast DDR5 RGB Memory Module will run at the advertised speed immediately upon installation. Plug N Play technology will automatically fill the memory module to the highest possible speed. Kingston has also improved the cooling fins with the new units and provides stability while achieving high operating speeds with On-Die ECC.

The Kingston Fury Beast DDR5 RGB shines not only because of its performance, but also because of the RGB lighting that you can adjust using the Kingston Fury CTRL software or your motherboard manufacturer’s software. RGB lighting interacts with Kingston’s patented infrared sync technology for more dynamic lighting effects.

Capacities of 8, 16 and 32 GB and frequencies 4800, 5200, 5600 and 6000 Mbps are available.

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