Silicon Power (SP) releases its first line of memory modules featuring the all-new, next-gen DDR5 technology. Designed for gaming, the XPOWER Zenith DDR5 UDIMM module is available in both RGB and non-RGB forms. Experience even faster frequencies, greater capacities, and lower voltages with the latest release in our Zenith Series, the XPOWER Zenith DDR5 UDIMM module. Take your gaming abilities to new high scores with turbo speeds ranging from 5200 MHz to 6000 MHz. It’s available in 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB module densities with double the banks and double the burst length compared to DDR4 to give hardcore gamers and overclockers the power to harness DDR5’s game-changing performance.
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