Kingston is the first third-party vendor to achieve Intel platform validation on DDR5 memory
Kingston Technology has just announced that its DDR5 UDIMMs have received Intel platform validation, the first milestone in compatibility between Kingston DDR5 memory solutions and Intel’s upcoming DDR5 platform. In addition to validating with Intel, Kingston has also sent over 10,000 DDR5 UDIMM samples to major motherboard manufacturers and technology partners to verify compatibility as well.
By helping everyone test their DDR5 platforms, Kingston believes it will help lay the groundwork for a smooth transition to DDR5. Kingston already offers two DDR5 memory solutions, with 16GB and 32GB DDR5-4800 UDIMMs running at just 1.1V. Kingston will back its DDR5 solutions with lifetime warranties, as is typically the case with Kingston memory products.
Kingston is currently the world’s leading third-party DRAM module vendor, and this is its 18th consecutive year at the top. In addition to the aforementioned memory modules, Kingston also has a range of DDR5 memory modules in the pipeline, including game-oriented FURY options.
Pokdepinion: I guess Kingston will further widen its gap against the competition!