Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR5 5600 32GB review

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Specifications and features/Thaiphoon Burner and CPU-Z

 Specifications and features/Thaiphoon Burner and CPU-Z

Some marketing info first:

"Experience even faster frequencies, greater capacities, and lower voltages with the latest release in our Zenith Series, the XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR5 UDIMM module. It’s available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB module densities with double the banks and double the burst length compared to DDR4 to give hardcore gamers and overclockers the power to harness DDR5’s game-changing performance. Take your gaming abilities to new high scores with turbo speeds ranging from 5200MHz to 6000MHz.

The aluminum heatsink, available in black or white and finished with a hairline texture, promotes maximum heat dissipation and thermal management. A low 1.25V-1.35V power consumption further boosts this effect; an On-Die Error Correction Code (ECC) and a power management integrated circuit (PMIC) provide stability and uninterrupted stability gameplay at the highest resolutions while keeping its cool no matter how heated the competition gets.
Do you like to pursue speed while pushing the limits? The XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR5 UDIMM module is ready and certified to support Intel® XMP 3.0 and one-click overclocking technology. Experience ultra-fast overclocking at the ease of a single click with fully customized, saved profiles. Spare the hassle of making manual adjustments to BIOS settings every time and get to overclocking faster than ever before.
It’s not just about speed and performance: the XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR5 UDIMM module has a colorful band of RGB lights that will electrify any gaming PC rig. Providing the most colorful dimensions with RGB lighting will invigorate and enhance any set-up’s style. Plus, it’s fully customizable to create a unique design that’s yours.
The XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR5 UDIMM module is compatible with 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors that support DDR5 and DDR5 compatible motherboards. And it is 100% factory-tested to guarantee superior quality. We are confident we will back it with a lifetime warranty promising complete Silicon Power technical support and services. Play to your heart’s content, worry-free.

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Features

  • Premium Zenith Series, gaming memory module, designed for hardcore gamers and overclockers
  • Turbo speeds ranging from 5200MHz to 6000MHz with nearly zero lag time showcase DDR5’s next-level performance
  • Available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB module densities
  • Durable aluminum heatsink provides maximum heat dissipation and thermal management
  • Compatible with 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors that support DDR5 and DDR5 compatible motherboards
  • Ready and certified for Intel® XMP 3.0 for ultra-fast one-click overclocking
  • Double the banks and double the burst length compared to DDR4 for game-changing performance
  • Low voltage of 1.25V-1.35V for less power consumption
  • The game at the highest resolutions with improved stability from On-Die Error Correction Code (ECC)
  • Power management integrated circuit (PMIC) provides a more stable power supply for uninterrupted gameplay

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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. At last, the Thaiphoon Burner, an excellent utility for checking the essential data on RAM – can be used for the DDR5. This time it didn't manage to show any data. You can not find the QVL for this kit.


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Manufacturer:

Silicon Power

Model:

SP032GXLWU560FDH

Frequency:

DDR5-5600

Basic timings:

CL40-40-40-76

Capacity:

32 GB (16 GB x2)

Voltage:

1.25 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), 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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