Sunday, June 16, 2024

G.SKILL COMPUTEX 2024’s CAMM2 Module DDR5-7800 CL36

The world’s top brand of performance overclock memory and PC parts, G.SKILL International Enterprise, is exhibiting many high-speed overclocked DDR5 memory kits at Computex 2024 on live-demo PCs with the newest AMD and Intel platforms. These live-demo builds showcase a range of high-performance motherboards from ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI together with DDR5 memory speeds up to DDR5-10600, with the goal of showcasing the greatest overclocking capability of the newest G.SKILL DDR5 memory (DDR5-7800 CL36) on the newest platforms.

DDR5-10600 32GB – Highest Memory Performance on Air (16GB x 2)

G.SKILL demonstrates a 32GB (16GBx2) capacity memory kit operating at a staggering DDR5-10600 speed with an AMD Ryzen 5 8500G processor and ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E GENE motherboard, aiming for the maximum DDR5 memory speed achievable.

The Ultimate High Frequency & Low Latency Combination is DDR5-9000 CL38

A 48GB (24GBx2) kit capacity, together with an ultra-high frequency, is being offered by G.SKILL @ DDR5-9000 CL38-52-52-143 as a high frequency with low latency combo memory kit. Utilizing an Intel Core i9-14900K desktop processor, this kit is combined with an ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Apex Encore motherboard.

Next-Gen CAMM2 Module overclocked at DDR5-7800 CL36

G.SKILL is also utilizing the new form-factor’s overclocking capabilities with the launch of the CAMM2 module standard. G.SKILL uses a CAMM2 module operating at an incredible DDR5-7800 CL36 high-speed, low-latency 48GB memory module on an ASUS ROG Z790 Lengshuikeng Concept motherboard and an Intel Core i9-14900KF CPU to demonstrate the overclocking potential of this new memory module type.

DDR5: Memory Technology’s Future

The growth of computer memory has driven processing power advances. Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory (DDR SDRAM) DDR5 promises considerable improvements over DDR4. DDR5, introduced in 2020, is still in its infancy, but high-performance kits like DDR5-7800 CL36 are pushing memory speed and latency.

Deconstructing DDR5-7800 CL36

Understand DDR5-7800 CL36 by breaking down the terminology:

  • DDR5: The fifth generation of DDR memory. Compared to DDR4, DDR5 has various advantages:
    • Higher data transfer rates: DDR5’s 4800 MHz base frequency may double DDR4’s bandwidth. DDR5-7800 exceeds the base speed, transferring data faster.
    • Lower power consumption: DDR5 uses 1.1V instead of 1.2V for DDR4, saving power.
      DDR5 has on-die ECC for data integrity and system stability.
    • DDR5 uses longer burst lengths than DDR4, making massive data transfers more efficient.
  • 7800: The memory speed is astonishing 7800 MHz Memory can do millions of cycles per second at MHz Higher MHz means faster memory-to-processor data transmission, which may improve system performance in memory-intensive applications.
  • CL36: Column Address Strobe Latency. It’s a time parameter that controls memory data request and reception delays. Less CAS latency means faster data access. Here, CL36 shows minimal latency for high-speed DDR5 memory.

Benefits of DDR5-7800 CL36

Here are some benefits of DDR5-7800 CL36 memory:

  • Rapid Performance: In applications that require high memory bandwidth, a fast clock speed (7800 MHz) and short CAS latency (CL36) can boost system responsiveness. This includes:
  • Gaming: DDR5-7800 CL36 speeds up data transfer for games with sophisticated graphics, high-resolution files, and intricate physics simulations.
  • Video editing: DDR5-7800 CL36’s fast data transfer speeds up high-resolution video editing, complicated effects, and rendering.
  • DDR5-7800 CL36 makes 3D modelling, animation, and rendering faster, enhancing workflow.
  • DDR5-7800 CL36 accelerates memory-intensive professional software including scientific computing, engineering simulations, and financial modelling.
  • Pre-DDR5-7800 CL36 Considerations

DDR5-7800 CL36 has great performance potential, however there are important considerations:

  • DDR5-7800 speeds may not be supported by all motherboards. Make sure your motherboard supports this memory speed before buying. Confirm with your motherboard’s handbook or manufacturer’s website.
  • As a high-end memory option, DDR5-7800 CL36 may cost more than slower DDR5 kits or even DDR4. Consider whether the performance improvement warrants the price premium.
  • Diminishing Performance gains of DDR5-7800 CL36 may not be significant for all tasks. Performance may not differ much from slower DDR5 rates, especially

Ultra-Fast Overclocked R-DIMM DDR5-8000 CL38

Workstation memory performance can be overclocked with the G.SKILL Zeta R5 Neo series R-DIMM DDR5 kits, which are made for the newest AMD Ryzen Threadripper platform. G.SKILL is showcasing a low latency DDR5-8000 CL38-48-48-127 96GB (24GBx4) memory kit with an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7960X processor and ASUS Pro WS TRX50-SAGE WIFI motherboard in order to highlight the overclocking possibilities of R-DIMM memory kits.

Demo Systems for AI Benchmarks with Overclocked Memory

G.SKILL is demonstrating the effect of overclocking memory speeds on AI task performance with two sets of platforms, including a DDR5-8200 vs. DDR5-5200 U-DIMM comparison and a DDR5-6600 vs. DDR5-4800 R-DIMM comparison, in light of Computex 2024’s focus on AI technology. The impact of overclock memory performance is investigated on these demo systems at the G.SKILL booth using AI Benchmark Alpha to test for image recognition training and inference performance, AI Computer Vision Benchmark by UL Procyon to test for image generation inference performance, and Llama.cpp Benchmark to test for text generation inference performance.

Cheekuru Bhargav
Cheekuru Bhargav
Cheekuru Bhargav has been writing Laptops, RAM and SSD articles for govindhtech from OCT 2023. He was a science graduate. He was an enthusiast of Laptops.


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