V-COLOR Breaks Records With DDR5 7200MHz 96GB Memory On B760 Chipset

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Record Breaking Memory From V-COLOR!

V-COLOR has set a new record that combines memory capacity with high performance without compromising either aspect. The company has managed to provide 96GB of memory with 2x48GB modules at an impressive 7200MHz with CL36 latency.

V-COLOR makes use of the MAG B760M Mortar Max motherboard from MSI for these impressive results, highlighting a close partnership between V-COLOR and MSI.

V-COLOR DDR5-7200 96GB

While other companies have achieved similar performance at lower capacities, V-COLOR’s new benchmark brings the best of both worlds.

The new memory kit is perfect for users looking to enjoy extremely high memory capacities combined with incredible performance. This should ensure that all kinds of workloads are smooth for users with V-COLOR’s latest offering.

The Manta DDR5 memory is available in various configurations. These range from 6400MHz to 7200MHz variants, and users looking to learn more can head to the official website.

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