ZADAK presents RAM modules in DDR5 standard with clock speed up to 7200 MHz, capacity up to 32 GB and RGB LED backlight |

    RAM modules in the DDR4 standard, at least on the consumer market, have been with us since 2015. It was the Intel Skylake family that introduced them to home thatch. Technology, however, is constantly evolving and although many readers still use DDR3 memory (and some people probably also with DDR2), soon the “old” DDR4 will be replaced by the new DDR5. One of the brands ready for such a step is ZADAK, which belongs to Apacer. The Taiwanese presented the officially refreshed SPARK family, which will offer modules with high capacity and high performance thanks to clock speeds up to 7200 MHz. The whole is complemented by an original design and rich RGB LED backlight.

    ZADAK works with major motherboard manufacturers to ensure compatibility with Intel and AMD processor platforms.

    ZADAK presents RAM modules in DDR5 standard, clocked up to 7200 MHz, capacity up to 32 GB and with RGB LED backlight [1]

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    ZADAK presented the refreshed SPARK memory family, which is aimed at gamers and computer enthusiasts. I am talking about modules in the DDR5 standard, which will be offered in 16 and 32 GB capacities. The available variants are to have a clock from 4800 to as much as 7200 MHz, unfortunately the delays have not been revealed. However, there is nothing to expect fireworks, since the manufacturer is silent in this respect. We only know that the models from ZADAK are to work with a voltage of 1.1 V. As a reminder, the standard for DDR4 was 1.2 V.

    ZADAK presents RAM modules in DDR5 standard, clocked up to 7200 MHz, capacity up to 32 GB and with RGB LED backlight [2]

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    ZADAK SPARK modules use a black laminate, white metal heat sink, and the whole is complemented by brushed aluminum accents and milk diffusers concealing colored LEDs. The Taiwanese ensure that they are working with the largest motherboard manufacturers such as ASUS, ASRock, MSI and GIGABYTE to ensure the greatest possible compatibility with platforms for Intel and AMD processors. The new modules will be available for sale by the end of 2021, suggested prices remain unknown. However, it can be safely assumed that, like any novelty, the efficient DDR5 RAM modules will not be the cheapest.

    ZADAK presents RAM modules in DDR5 standard, clocked up to 7200 MHz, capacity up to 32 GB and with RGB LED backlight [3]

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