NeoForza MDK5 DDR5 6000 MHz CL40 2 x 48 GB review

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Specifications and features/Thaiphoon Burner and CPU-Z

Some marketing info first:

“MDK5 is a performance DDR5 DRAM memory series with exceptional memory ICs surpassing extreme validation tests. The MDK5 series memory is uncompromising while balancing performance and stability. Judiciously designed and made by enthusiasts, the MDK5 series DDR5 DRAM memory is distinctively HWBOT pedigree. MDK5 memory kits possess two XMP and two EXPO profiles for compatibility assurance.”


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Features:

• DDR5 6000 MHz – 7800 MHz
• 32 (2x 16 GB) – 128 GB (4x 32 GB)
• CL40 – CL30
• 1.1V – 1.45V
• INTEL XMP 3.0 Support
• AMD EXPO Support
• Limited lifetime warranty 

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Enough with the marketing stuff here so we can proceed to the essence. Let’s see what we have under the hood. It shows that Hynix is the DRAM manufacturer (M-Die). At last, the Thaiphoon Burner, an excellent utility for checking the essential data on RAM – can be used for the DDR5. 

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CPU-Z then. It shows that Hynix is the DRAM manufacturer (M-Die).

Manufacturer:

Neo Forza

Model:



NMUD548H82-6000LL20

Frequency:

DDR5-6000

Basic timings:

CL40-40-40-77

Capacity:

96 GB (48 GB x2)

Voltage:

1.3 V

Form Factor:

288-pin DIMM

Warranty:

Limited Lifetime

Traditionally, we’ll kick off the review with photo-shooting and the practical part (benchmark/games). You put the sticks in, enable XMP (which is, in fact, the industry standard, and it’s hard to spot any RAM without this feature nowadays), or the AMD EXPO reboot, and that’s it. The chips are covered with a heatsink to ensure the memory and PCB maintain a similar temperature, providing the best performance.

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