Upgrades To The Memory Systems
The days of only being able to access significant amounts of memory on workstations and server systems are long gone. One of the greatest Processors, Intel’s most recent 13th Generation Raptor Lake consumer chips offer up to 192GB of memory on a motherboard with four Intel 600 or 700 series memory slots.
This was made feasible by the release of 24GB, which offer a 50% capacity increase over the first 16GB. Memory manufacturers will be able to make 24GB and 48GB memory modules thanks to the new 24GB.
Corsair Memory Features
The new Vengeance and Vengeance RGB memory lines provide 48GB and 96GB memory kits. Unfortunately, there aren’t many options available for data rates. Just 48GB and 96GB memory kits in DDR5-5200 and DDR5-5600 variants will be available from Corsair.
The integrated memory controller of the processor already suffers when running DIMMs that big, so Corsair maintained the data rates more traditionally to ensure optimum compatibility. Additionally, binding greater data rates take longer.
The timings for the DDR5-5200 memory kits are 38-38-38-84, whereas the timings for the DDR5-5600 variations are 40-40-40-77. The memory kits only draw 1.25V and support XMP 3.0.
Price & Availability
Starting at $192.48 is the lowest DDR5-5200 48GB memory kit from Corsair. The speedier DDR5-5600 model, on the other hand, costs $204.51. For 96GB of capacity, the price ranges from $392.64 for DDR5-5200 to $404.53 for DDR5-5600. It is not officially available yet, but it is expected to launch very soon worldwide.