V-Color Reveals DDR5 7200MHz Memory For Ryzen 7000 Threadripper

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[Press Release] V-Color has designed new DDR5 memory for AMD’s Ryzen 7000 Threadripper processors.

Ranging from 64GB(16GBx4) to 128GB(32GBx4) capacities, the R-DIMM memory is tailored to maximum performance suited for content creators, AI programmers, and 3D modelers.

V-Color DDR5 R-DIMM 7200 MHz

Through AMD EXPO-ready technology, V-Color allows users to overclock the memory according to their liking. However, it also emphasizes that out-of-the-box performance is already quite good, making the memory suitable for those who prefer stock performance.

Designed for the AMD TRX50 series, this memory offers compatibility with motherboards like the Gigabyte TRX50 Aero D, Asus Pro WS TRX50- Sage Wifi, and Asrock TRX50 WS.

The DDR5 R-DIMM memory will be available from late November through V-Color. Following the release, the memory will be available to buy from authorized distributors at a later date.

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