DDR5 benchmarks show how much faster new RAM will be

DDR5 benchmarks show how much faster new RAM will be

Video cards are becoming noticeably more productive every new generation. AMD has convinced us in recent years that this can be a normal situation in the processor market as well.

But not only these components can receive an increase in the speed of work with the transition to a new generation. The Chinese company Longsys has published tests of its own DDR5 RAM. In this case, the Intel Alder Lake platform was used, which will just receive support for such memory.

The memory modules used in the test had a frequency of 4800 MHz and CL40 timings (40-40-40-77). Two-rank modules were tested.

As a result, in the Master Lu benchmark, the platform with DDR5 memory scored 190,000 points in the corresponding subtest, while the system with DDR4 memory scored less than 92,000 points, that is, more than half.

In the AIDA64 benchmark, the platform with the new memory performed 28%, 27% and 10% better than the DDR4 system. In this case, we are talking about read, write and copy tests, respectively.

It should be noted that we were talking about engineering samples of DDR5 modules.

DDR5 benchmarks show how much faster new RAM will be

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