Silicon Power introduces new SODIMM DDR5 – 4800 memory module for laptops

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Silicon Power (SP) releases its newest SODIMM memory module for laptops with the latest DDR5 technology. The new SODIMM DDR5 – 4800 memory take the speed, capacity, reliability even further and gives the laptop’s performance a next-level edge. With an aggressive 4800MHz frequency, it’s 50% higher than a standard 3200MHz DDR4 to provide multi-core CPUs with extreme responsiveness and the power to multi-task seamlessly.

Even with all of its extra power, this DDR5 SODIMM module improves upon its predecessor with on-module voltage regulation. A power management integrated circuit (PMIC) reduces the burden on the motherboard control and results in a lower voltage of 1.1V versus 1.2V for DDR4 for even less power consumption.Key features

● 4800MHz grants faster transmission speeds and higher bandwidth than DDR4
● 1.5x faster than standard 3200MHz DDR4 to provide multi-core CPUs with extreme responsiveness
● Available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB module densities
● Doubled chip unit capacity compared to DDR4 (from 16GB to 32GB) for seamless multi-tasking
● Low voltage of 1.1V for less power consumption
● Improved reliability versus DDR4 with On-Die Error Correction Code (ECC)
● Optimized efficiency with two independent 32-bit channels per module
● High computing performance with double the banks and double the burst length compared to DDR4
● Compatible with 12th Gen Intel Core processors that support DDR5 and DDR5 compatible motherboards

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