TeamGroup introduces the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 memory with a maximum data rate of 5600 MT/s.

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The CAS on these so far has been unbelievably bad. The people that have compared top of the line DDR4 4400 and initial DR5 5600 have said the performance is about the same. If big numbers didn't rule the word we could probably get DDR5 4000 CL 12 32GB per stick in 2022, but people would wouldn't buy it because 5600 is a bigger number.
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nosirrahx:

The CAS on these so far has been unbelievably bad. The people that have compared top of the line DDR4 4400 and initial DR5 5600 have said the performance is about the same. If big numbers didn't rule the word we could probably get DDR5 4000 CL 12 32GB per stick in 2022, but people would wouldn't buy it because 5600 is a bigger number.
We won't see CL16 or less at DDR5 as we didn't saw CL7 with the DDR4 or high speed DDR3 over 2000Mhz. As for those 5600 DDR5 kits are pretty slow considering 8400 DDR5 will be the high end and around 7800 the sweet spot.
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RGB is so... outdated.
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Fediuld:

We won't see CL16 or less at DDR5 as we didn't saw CL7 with the DDR4 or high speed DDR3 over 2000Mhz. As for those 5600 DDR5 kits are pretty slow considering 8400 DDR5 will be the high end and around 7800 the sweet spot.
Because the focus is on jacking the frequency up, and that will sell. We don't need it though. Big capacity per stick and existing speeds but with lower latency would be great, it just wont sell because the frequency number isn't high enough. With the right setup we can do DDR4 4000 CL 14 on a lot of systems right now, the capacity per stick is usually limited to 8GB though in that configuration. I haven't seen much in the way of benchmarks where going over 4000 even matters much.
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The first few batches of DDR5 are for the tester to use, especially we still need to understand the final price tag for the next-gen CPU with DDR5 goes as well. RAM performance really won't boost up too much in gaming as we using high speed RAM nowadays. (unless you going for that min-max benching)
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shadex:

RGB is so... outdated.
Seems like it's current as they're all doing it. Everything will have RGB soon enough. In fact, I think pretty much everything does when talking about a PC.