Thursday, July 1st 2021

ZADAK Spark DDR5 Memory Unveiled

For gamers who are ready to go to the next level, ZADAK, a leading provider of enthusiast PC gaming components and innovative water cooling solutions under Apacer Technology announces the next step forward in gaming DRAM. The newest member of its high end SPARK lineup is a DDR5 RGB illuminated gaming DRAM module which is available in 16 GB and 32 GB capacities. Gamers who demand t he fastest clock speeds will be able to choose from modules ranging from 4800 MHz all the way up to 7200 MHz.

DDR5 also features another important upgrade: power management is no longer handled by the motherboard, but by a PMIC (power management integrated circuit) on the module itself. While DDR4 modules consume 1.2 V, DDR5 modules only require 1.1 V. It sounds like a small difference, but over hours and days of gaming, it adds up to significant power savings. The PMIC also gives overclockers more options when it comes to tweaking settings. ns when it comes to tweaking settings.
ZADAK's design engineers also gave this module a sleek, understated exterior combining gray brushed metal with a pure white heat dissipator. It fit s well into the all white or minimalist builds in the current market that are the rage with PC modders and enthusiasts.

ZADAK has been working closely with motherboard manufacturers such as ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, and ASRock to deliver unparalleled compatibility and stability, as well as top notch overclocking potential with next gen platforms from Intel and AMD. The memory modules will be on the market before the end of 2021.
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10 Comments on ZADAK Spark DDR5 Memory Unveiled

#1
TheLostSwede
Ah yes, another Taiwanese brand that you can't buy in Taiwan...
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#2
Prima.Vera
7200 is good, but where are the 8Ghz+ modules??
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#3
DeathtoGnomes
It sounds like a small difference, but over hours and days of gaming, it adds up to significant power savings.
This is the dumbest thing I ever heard... :shadedshu:
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puma99dk|
DeathtoGnomesThis is the dumbest thing I ever heard... :shadedshu:
Who runs overclocking with power savings in mind? :roll:
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#5
kieguru
puma99dk|Who runs overclocking with power savings in mind? :roll:
Exactly! Also, if they're that bothered about power saving, take the bloody RGB out!
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#6
persondb
puma99dk|Who runs overclocking with power savings in mind? :roll:
Those aren't overclocked modules.

And those power savings are very relevant for cases battery powered devices like laptops.
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puma99dk|
persondbThose aren't overclocked modules.

And those power savings are very relevant for cases battery powered devices like laptops.
These modules here are for desktop, where you gonna cram them in a laptop? :roll:
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#8
Solid State Soul ( SSS )
btarunrZADAK's design engineers also gave this module a sleek, understated exterior combining gray brushed metal with a pure white heat dissipator. It fit s well into the all white or minimalist builds in the current market that are the rage with PC modders and enthusiasts.
Minimalist build would be a black heat spreader, grey, silver colors sticks out to the eyes on a black PCB
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#9
Anymal
Spark? Really, for computer component? Samsung should name next phone Blast, WD NAS Hazard, LG Loop, Huawei Whistleblower, Intel Backdoor,...
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#10
watzupken
I am not sure if this really runs at 1.1V. The article quoted the JEDEC specs, but considering that this runs up to 7200 Mhz and nothing is revealed about the latency timings, I suspect this may actually require more power. Also, the heatspread looks really tall, which I suspect may be a requirement with DDR5, especially overclocked ones.
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