Monday, June 20th 2022

Sabrent announces High-Performance DDR5-4800 SO-DIMM CL40 Memory Modules

It seems like DDR4 has ruled the roost forever. Finally, new motherboards and architectures have allowed memory to grow wings with the advent of DDR5. Improved clock speeds promise up to twice the bandwidth of DDR4, all with lower voltage for better efficiency. To further help with that last bit, DDR5 has on-board power management to reduce motherboard cost and complexity. This is particularly nice for all-new, powerful laptops and embedded devices.

Reliability has also been improved by the introduction of on-die error-correction technology. Memory availability is improved by splitting the internal 64-bit (72-bit with ECC) channel into two independent, 32-bit channels (40-bit with ECC) and the addition of the same bank refresh. Combined with other features, including those that allow for up to four times the module capacity with consumer DRAM, DDR5 ensures your multi-core CPU won't be memory starved. You can pack more memory than ever into your portable machine and take it on the go.
Our DDR5 comes in both DIMM and SO-DIMM form factors to help you out, whether you're using a desktop, laptop, or other embedded device. We meet JEDEC standards to ensure compatibility and reliability. We offer a wide range of capacities at an affordable price to make upgrading an easy choice - even the installation process is easy. So, what are you waiting for? It's time for the newest technology to grace your machine.
  • Sabrent Rocket DDR5 SODIMM:
    • DDR5 SODIMM-4800 MHz/CL40
    • SB-DDR5S-8G
    • SB-DDR5S-16G
    • SB-DDR5S-32G
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7 Comments on Sabrent announces High-Performance DDR5-4800 SO-DIMM CL40 Memory Modules

#1
Pumper
4800CL40 - high performance?
Press X for doubt.
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Tomorrow
Pumper4800CL40 - high performance?
Press X for doubt.
They obviously had spelling correction on and accidentally added high instead of low.
Imagine someone calling DDR4-1600 CL12 (yes this was a real thing) as high performance.
These days you cant even find sticks below DDR4-2133 CL14.

Same will be true for these 4800 kits years down the line when no one wants them because likely 6000 kits are much faster for miniscule price increase.
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#3
maxfly
The margins for memory must be really nice right now. Its seems every company with the slightest affiliation with dram are jumping into the fray. Announcing their version of high performance modules.
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#4
watzupken
maxflyThe margins for memory must be really nice right now. Its seems every company with the slightest affiliation with dram are jumping into the fray. Announcing their version of high performance modules.
No doubts about the profitability. DDR5 generally cost quite a fair bit more than DDR4, while I don’t think the BOM of DDR5 is substantially more. Anyway, the DRAM market is extremely saturated now with so many players. The way this is being marketed is a desperate attempt to try and segregate themselves from competition. High performance? Copper heat spread in a laptop with barely any airflow over it?
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#5
viliu24
So my patriot viper steel ddr4 4400 cl19 what is it then
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#6
ThrashZone
Hi,
Yeah that's pretty fast and loose with the "High Performance" claim :laugh:
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#7
maxfly
viliu24So my patriot viper steel ddr4 4400 cl19 what is it then
For ddr4 its truly high performance. This sabrent ddr5 stuff is stupid slow. But hey, marketing is marketing.
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