Netac Shadow DDR5 RGB: Silver Plated Memory, High Frequency Boosts Performance

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Summary: Intel's twelfth-generation platform has led users of installed systems to focus on DDR5 memory. To date, however, there have been relatively few product launches by companies, and even fewer users are considering the possibility of creating lighting effects.

Shenzhen, China--(Newsfile Corp. - December 2, 2021) - Netac, as a well-known company with extensive technical integration, has been able to seize the market and gain access to the opportunity for the premier release of Netac's unique DDR5 memory technology, providing enhanced performance RGB memory for PC building.

Shadow DDR5-4800 is a standard memory module for conventional light bars, and its heat sink/light-emitting parts are upgraded to electroplated bright silver.

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With the approaching year 2022, the PC building community ought also to be paying more attention to the upgrade of the processor platform as well as an upgrade of the peripheral accessory specifications.

Among them, the new DDR5 specification memory has also captured the attention of many users. There has been a sharp improvement in DDR5 memory's basic frequency when compared to DDR4, and, due to its high bandwidth advantage. It has made a significant impact on the efficiency of the software developed for Adobe Edge, Photoshop, and video transcoding.

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DDR5 RGB memory modules from Netac feature new silver-plated vests. The metal vest effectively improves the heat dissipation efficiency of the memory. Electroplated silver has a reflective design that combines with the RGB light effect to produce a unique appearance that further enhances the performance of the LED light.

Netac's Shadow DDR5 RGB memory module has a default frequency of 4800MHz, a default voltage of 1.1V, and provides a 16G*2 package combination for users to purchase. Meanwhile, the onboard power management chip, which ensures further accuracy of data transmission as well as energy efficiency performance.

Netac DDR5 Shadow not only offers a cutting-edge design appearance, but also offers high-frequency capabilities. 40-40-40-77 1.1V timing specifications will provide users with the flexibility to adjust later.

Also, Netac's DDR5 Shadow is integrated with a built-in error correction code computing core (ECC). This ECC ensures that the PC's stability and reliability can be improved for long-term operation, thus providing more security to end users.

Even though, at this stage, DDR5 is performing exceptionally well when used with high-bandwidth and high-frequency working software on Intel's 12th generation platform, it will need more than 6000MHz in order to be superior to DDR4 in gaming.

As a result of this issue, Netac is collaborating with major motherboard manufacturers to continue to improve particle optimization in preparation for the launch of DDR5-6000 and higher frequency products next year.

There is no doubt that this is good news for users who anticipate more perfect performance from the upcoming update. There can be no doubt that with the constant growth of technology, the problems of high frequency, timing, and price will also be solved, and DDR5 will eventually become the new favorite of the market.

Media Contact

Contact: Olivia Chung
Company Name: Netac Technology Co.,Ltd
Address: 16F, Netac Building, No.10, Gaoxin South 6th Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, P.R.China
Website: https://www.netac.com/
Email: marketing@netac.com

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