DDR5 ram is coming … and it’s reportedly twice as fast as DDR4, but with fairly high latency. Anyway, you’ll probably have to get a new motherboard for this (expect to see it on Intel’s 12th Gen processors+motherboard).
Asgard’s memory module, which carries the VMA5AUK-MMH224W3 part number, arrives with a capacity of 64GB. However, Asgard has confirmed that it will also be available in capacities of 32GB and 128GB. The memory can be a bit rough on the eyes if you’re accustomed to fancy heat spreaders and cheesy RGB lighting. However, it’s what’s inside that really counts.
Regardless of the density, the memory module operates at 4,800 MHz, and that’s nowhere near the ceiling for DDR5. The new specification is expected to hit memory frequencies up to 8,400 MHz. Predictably, Asgard’s memory module will only draw a 1.1V DRAM voltage, which is the reference voltage for DDR5. It also adheres to JEDEC’s “B” standard, meaning its timings should be set to 40-40-40.
According to the report, Asgard has not started mass producing the DDR5 memory module, and it makes sense since there aren’t any processors that leverage the standard yet. However, the vendor expects to put the wheels into motion once Intel’s 12th Generation Alder Lake processors and corresponding 600-series chipsets are ready.
Source: Tom’s Hardware