Corsair Announces Workstation Memory Debut With WS DDR5 R-DIMM

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Supports Both Intel XMP 3.0 And AMD EXPO!

[Press Release] Corsair is beginning its push for the workstation memory market, further expanding its hold over the PC industry. Supporting the 4th-generation Intel Xeon and AMD Ryzen 7000 Threadripper processors, the WS DDR5 R-DIMM kits provide uncompromised performance.

Workstation users can find the WS DDR5 memory in capacities up to 256GB. The memory will begin from 64GB(4x16GB) kits, with a 128GB(4x32GB or 8x16GB) option also available.

These capacities are accompanied by speeds up to 6,400 MT/s.

Corsair WS DDR5 R-DIMM ECC Memory
WS DDR5 Memory Image via Corsair

Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO support also means that achieving maximum performance is always a few clicks away. Meanwhile, ECC support ensures stable operations through real-time error corrections.

These features come together to offer a user-friendly experience. Cooling is not much of a hassle either, with the WS DDR5 R-DIMM moving heat away from the PMIC through an integrated PGS layer.

All of these perks rest behind a limited lifetime warranty, with Corsair promising worldwide support through authorized distributors. To keep up with all the news regarding this workstation memory, follow this link to Corsair’s official website.

The memory kits are now available and can be purchased from the same link.

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