In the Cologne international game exhibition Gamescom 2023, Lexar demonstrated the ARES RGB DDR5 desktop computer memory.
Lexar said that the new ARES RGB DDR5 desktop computer memory rate directly oversteps to reach a new height of 8400MT/s and 8000MT/s, which is the industry’s DDR5 specifications that can realize the high-speed range. This product supports On-die ECC, which improves data stability and reliability through a real-time data error correction mechanism and adopts a motherboard-controlled power management chip (PMIC) for better power control and transmission.
In terms of appearance, this new product also supports Lexar RGB divine light synchronization, so players can customize the RGB according to their style preferences.
DDR5-8000 memory is currently available on the market, while the DDR5-8400 model is not yet available. Lexar said the new product will be available globally in the fourth quarter of 2023 at the earliest.