ADATA has partnered with MSI and Gigabyte to ensure that both of these motherboard makers’ incoming Intel products. The smart money is they will see the light of day on the Alder Lake CPUs, as that’s the Intel platform which is expected to bring in DDR5 support
Motherboards with DDR5 support from MSI and Gigabyte will be launched at the same time that ADATA makes its DDR5 memory available.
ADATA’s DDR5 RAM will be manufactured in modules of up to 64GB capacity, and as to the speed you might expect from the memory, it’ll reach up to 8400MT/s, the company claims. The RAM will also have ECC (error-correcting code that should improve overall stability) on-board, and promises impressive power efficiency levels.