Tuesday, October 26th 2021

ADATA Announces XPG LANCER DDR5 Memory - Up to 6000 MT/s of RGB Goodness

XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, today announces the XPG LANCER DDR5 memory module. XPG LANCER is XPG's first DDR5 gaming memory. It offers increased bandwidth, allocates more bandwidth per CPU core, and reaches frequencies of up to 5,200 MT/s. What's more, it is equipped with a PMIC (Power Management Integrated Circuit) and ECC (Error Correcting Code) for enhanced performance and stability. LANCER comes with 16 GB of capacity.

XPG's First DDR5 Gaming Memory
The XPG LANCER ushers in the DDR5 era for XPG gaming memory. Reaching frequencies of up to 5,200 MT/s, it delivers a major performance boost for gaming and overclocking. With error correcting code, (ECC) this module can correct errors automatically in real-time. In addition to greatly reducing the burden of CPU calculations, it also provides increased stability and reliability.
Made for Gamers and Overclockers
The use of high-quality ICs and PCBs ensure uncompromised performance and reliable overclocking, ideal for discerning gamers and overclockers. With support for Intel XMP 3.0, users can get overclocking easily without the need to go into BIOS. There is no need to repeatedly adjust and fine-tune overclocking parameters.

RGB Gaming Flair
The XPG LANCER features customizable RGB lighting. Users can choose between different effects (static, breathing, and comet) or synchronize the lights with their favorite songs via Music Mode. All this can be done through RGB control software from all the major motherboard brands.

The LANCER series DDR5 memory will be available in a 5200MT/s with 16GB Single-channel kit and Dual-channel kit. (6000MT/s version coming soon)
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6 Comments on ADATA Announces XPG LANCER DDR5 Memory - Up to 6000 MT/s of RGB Goodness

#1
Caring1
Now all they need is a performance version of this called EVO.
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#2
maxfly
6000mt version coming soon hahaha. And here i thought the press release was about their shiney new 6000, gotta love Adata.
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AnarchoPrimitiv
Anyone have some educated guesses on when timings for DDR5 will become tight enough to surpass the performance of current DDR4, for example, does anyone know what it would take with respect to frequency and timings for DDR5 to outperform a 3600mhz 16-16-16-36 kit or even a 14-14-14-34?
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TheLostSwede
AnarchoPrimitivAnyone have some educated guesses on when timings for DDR5 will become tight enough to surpass the performance of current DDR4, for example, does anyone know what it would take with respect to frequency and timings for DDR5 to outperform a 3600mhz 16-16-16-36 kit or even a 14-14-14-34?
Six months to a year is an educated guess.
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Sabishii Hito
AnarchoPrimitivAnyone have some educated guesses on when timings for DDR5 will become tight enough to surpass the performance of current DDR4, for example, does anyone know what it would take with respect to frequency and timings for DDR5 to outperform a 3600mhz 16-16-16-36 kit or even a 14-14-14-34?
You're not taking into account the massive increase in bandwidth; timings aren't everything.
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bonehead123
Wondering if there is a way for somebody, anybody (TPU superdudes ?), to collect/collate/create an easy to read table with all the different brands of DDR5 released so far and compare them by speed/timings/price and any unique features ?

Seems like every other day we have a new announcement, and it's getting really hard to keep up with them all :)
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