Adata passes 8,100 MT/s with overclocked XPG DDR5 memory

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Let's see if they bait and switch it for DDR2.
     
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    AMD Fanboy: something about Latency, something about TDP, something about number of cores, something about nanometer...
    Intel Fanboy: Higher fps.
     
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    Shh.. don’t sum it up like that, there’ll be nothing else left to talk about.
     
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    Other than latency, they're all stupid things to brag/argue about nowadays.
    TDP (or more accurately, power consumption) matters, but only when comparing performance-per-watt.
     
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    doesnt matter for me unless I care about heating up during OC - and even then every CPU is different... It can have a nice TDP number on paper like my current 5950x but its burning hot during OC/load or have a terrible TDP number on paper like 11900k but has pretty nice temps during OC/load....
     
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    And the thing is, that ddr5 will perform better than ddr4, but turning it up in voltage.
     
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    That's why I was saying performance-per-watt is what really matters. Doesn't matter if your CPU consumes 15W if it's slower than a Core2 Duo. Doesn't matter if your CPU consumes 400W if it outperforms a 256 core Epyc server. When it comes to gaming, just about any x86 desktop 8-core CPU made within the past 4 years will get you all the performance you'll need, so, just pick whichever one has the best performance-per-watt. And even then, most 6-cores will do just fine.
     
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    1.35v ?

    Didn't they say more bandwidth at lower power consumption ?

    6400MT/s @ 1.35v what will it take to go to those speeds where DDR5 finally makes sense ? 12800 @1.50v ??
     

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    Everyone is right
     

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