Adata Just Announced DDR5 Gaming RAM in the Cottage Generation

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Adata has just introduced new gaming RAM modules, and its new DDR5 memory cards give us a strong sense of home. The company’s new limited-edition heatsink design resembles that of a Beatrix Potter gaming PC, but its specs will give the Peter Rabbit system a nice performance boost.

In a press release published by Videocardz, Adata details its new DDR4 and DDR5 gaming RAM. Called ACE 3600 DDR4 and ACE 6400 DDR5, the memory modules are designed for creators, support XMP overclocking, and are compatible with the latest Intel and AMD processor platforms. As both names suggest, newer DDR5 RAM can reach up to 6,400 mega-transfers per second, while alternative DDR4 clocks top out at 3,600.

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While the ACE 3600 looks like a regular memory card, Adata’s ACE 6400 DDR5 is adorned with vibrant floral designs to help bring your campaign fantasies to life in a PC case. Created by German designer M. Fred, the limited-edition heatsink design features “curvy lines, bright colors, and whimsical expressions” that give the computer part a unique “secret garden” feel.

The gaming PC scene is full of vibrant RGB details and sleek black designs, so it’s nice to see something unaesthetic emerge. Of course, you’ll need the best PC case to really appreciate the bold look of a gaming RAM module, and plugging it into your motherboard can further obscure your view.

However, if you’re looking to build a rig suitable for a backcountry gaming table, Adata’s new RAM might be a good place to start. It can also pair perfectly with the AMD Radeon RX 6650 XT Powercolor Sakura Edition, although the pink GPU is more kawaii than homemade.

Source : PC Gamesn

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