V-Color Releases CL26 DDR5 Memory Up To 5800MHz For Unmatched Results

Starts At 5600MHz With CL26 Latency!

[Press Release] V-Color is determined to move beyond the boundaries of current DDR5 memory speeds. Its latest memory helps the company achieve this goal through extremely low latency and kits capable of reaching up to 5800MHz.

V-Color XSky DDR5 CL26 5600/5800 MHz
V-Color XSky DDR5 Memory

The latest XSky series DDR5 memory from V-Color is available in two options. V-Color currently offers capacities of 16GBx2 and 32GBx2, with speeds starting at 5600MHz.

These DDR5 kits are made for the latest Intel platform, delivering impeccable performance through the record-breaking CL26 latency. Such properties make the memory suitable for all PC builds.

In addition to the specifications, the company has confirmed that the memory will be available in both RGB and non-RGB configurations. Launching in mid-October, the XSky DDR5 CL26 kits will take DDR5 memory to the next level.

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