Team Group releases DDR5-6800 ECC R-DIMM memory modules for Sapphire Rapids

Team Group has ultra-fast memory for Intel's 4th Gen Xeon-W CPUs

Team Group releases DDR5-6800 ECC R-DIMM memory modules for Sapphire Rapids

Team Group released ultra-fast DDR5 EEC memory modules for Intel's 4th Gen Xeon-W processors 

Intel has re-entered the HEDT CPU market with their W790 series of workstation motherboards and their new 4th Generation Xeon-W processors, offering users up to 56 cores, PCIe 5.0 connectivity, DDR5 memory support, and support for overclocking on compatible motherboards. 

With Intel's new Xeon-W Sapphire Rapids processors, overclocked DDR5 R-DIMM EEC memory modules are supported, allowing users of Intel's latest CPUs to utilise memory modules that are faster than the DDR5-4800 speeds that Sapphire Rapids natively supports. Team Group has catered to this need by releasing DDR5-6800 ECC R-DIMM modules for Sapphire Rapids, offering users a 41.6% increase in memory frequency over standard DR5-4800 modules. 

Team Group's new overclocked DDR5 R-DIMM ECC memory modules are available with DIMM capacities of 16GB and 32GB and with DDR5-6400 and DDR5-6800 speed options. These modules support Dual-ECC, which means that they support on-die ECC (which is standard for DDR5), and In-Line ECC (which is not available for standard DDR5 memory modules). 

Below is what Team Group has to say about their new overclocked DDR5 ECC memory modules for Sapphire Rapids.

Team Group releases DDR5-6800 ECC R-DIMM memory modules for Sapphire Rapids

Press Release - TEAMGROUP Memory Overclocking Reaches New Zenith with the Release of DDR5 6800 ECC R-DIMM

Leading memory provider TEAMGROUP today has announced a breakthrough in specs for its newest DDR5 ECC R-DIMM memory module, which has an increased clock rate of 5,600MHz, meeting the JEDEC standard for high-performance specifications. In addition, the company has collaborated with well-known motherboard manufacturer ASRock to complete compatibility testing on HEDT platforms equipped with Intel 4th Gen Xeon processors, codenamed Sapphire Rapids, and W790 motherboards. The memory module not only fully supports XMP3.0, it is also the overclocking DDR5 ECC R-DIMM memory in the market today with a highest clock rate of 6,800MHz.

Sapphire Rapids is Intel's first server processor to support DDR5 ECC R-DIMM memory. When it’s paired with the next-generation W790 workstation motherboard, users can adjust the CPU's overclocking settings in BIOS and enable the clock speed adjustment feature of DDR5 ECC R-DIMM memory. Having undergone strict compatibility and stability testing, the JEDEC-compliant, high-frequency memory comes in both 16GB and 32GB capacity variants to meet the demand for workstation upgrades. The memory is also available in 6,400MHz and 6,800MHz models with XMP3.0 support, providing next-gen HEDT platforms with cutting-edge performance.

To meet the diverse needs of HEDT workstation applications, DDR5 ECC R-DIMM memory is designed with 30µ gold fingers, features dual ECC, and is equipped with a high-precision temperature sensor to increase endurance and reduce thermal issues during overclocking. TEAMGROUP is committed to creating the highest-quality products and offering innovative and diverse storage and memory solutions. As platform technologies continue to evolve, the company will work hand-in-hand with consumers around the world to create a new generation of high-speed DDR5 memory and provide revolutionary breakthroughs.

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