DDR5 memory kits for gamers have begun surfacing at major retailers. They include Newegg, which started selling GeIL’s Polaris RGB SYNC 32GB (2 x 16 GB) 288-Pin DDR5 SDRAM DDR5 4800 (PC5 38400) kit yesterday. Featuring a timing of 40-40-40-77 and CAS latency of 40, the memory is recommended for use on Intel’s Alder Lake, one of the first mainstream desktop platforms to support DDR5.

Image: GeIL

Key specifications:

  • DDR5 4800 (PC5 38400)
  • Timing 40-40-40-77
  • CAS Latency 40
  • Voltage 1.10V

The item is currently out of stock but carries an MSRP of $349.99. It’s also available in three color options: black, red, and white. They feature an RGB strip at the top.

Source: Newegg (via momomo_us)

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  1. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 42415, member: 96″]
    Looks like Optimus Prime
    Geil isn’t a company that I’d associate with conservative looking memory modules.

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