(PR) V-Color Launches Manta XSky RGB DDR5-6600 Memory

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v-color, a leading memory manufacturer, unveils the Advanced OC Smart Sorting System, a patented automated sorting system for DDR4 and DDR5 memory ICs. It enables v-color to deliver the fastest and most reliable DDR5 memory kits on the market, such as the new Manta XSky RGB DDR5, with speeds of 6600 MHz and CL32-39-39-102 timings at 1.4v. As with all v-color memory, the dual-channel kit of 32 GB (2x16GB) uses 100% Hynix ICs for excellent overclocking performance.

The automated Smart Sorting System (Patent No. TW: I708252, CN: ZL201921253975.X, KR: 10-2019-0179096) accelerates the testing process of memory ICs. v-color is the only company to automate the testing and sorting of ICs for 30-50% more efficiency and reliability over manual sorting. The Smart Sorting System is configurable to test DDR4 and DDR5 memory ICs, at any speed up to 6800 MHz. v-color developed the Advanced OC Smart Sorting System by following the Industry 4.0 guidelines of combining IoT and AI technology into its automation process to deliver great results. To assure performance, yield rates, and quality, v-color has developed a patented, two-stage memory overclocking testing method for its Smart Sorting System. The test results are synchronized with cloud servers and HMI (Human Machine Interface) for users to access and monitor remotely.


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