You usually don’t discover The phrases “overclocked” and “ECC” in the identical sentence, however that hasn’t stopped G.Talent from cooking up what seems to be the primary overclocked DDR5 RDIMM (registered DIMM) reminiscence modules for workstations and servers. The brand new Zeta R5 reminiscence arrives simply in time for Xeon W Sapphire Rapids chips and able to compete with the greatest RAM in the marketplace.
Though G.Talent additionally sells normal reminiscence, fanatic and gaming reminiscence are the model‘s sturdy go well with. Nevertheless, it appears like G.Talent lastly feels assured sufficient to enterprise into the server reminiscence market. Overclocking celeb Roman “der8auer” Hartung (opens in new tab) has offered a small preview of G.Talent’s first server reminiscence package underneath the newly created Zeta R5 lineup.
The Zeta R5 reminiscence modules debut with a black PCB and a easy aluminum warmth spreader. Though the warmth spreader is stuffed with fancy advertising and marketing specs, there’s no RGB onboard. That is server reminiscence, in any case, so there’s no room for that nonsense. The reminiscence package carries the half quantity F5-6400R3239G16GE8-ZR5K, which suggests it has a complete capability of 128GB. Since every reminiscence module is 16GB massive, the reminiscence package consists of eight of them.
The Zeta R5’s package capability isn’t very exceptional by immediately’s requirements — due to the introduction of 48GB reminiscence modules, distributors have launched choices as much as 192GB with a four-DIMM reminiscence package. Clearly, these are UDIMMs (unregistered DIMMs) and G.Talent’s newest creation are RDIMMs that function normal error correction code (ECC), a function that is important within the server world the place information integrity is primary on the precedence listing.
G.Talent did some spectacular binning on the Zeta R5 reminiscence package. It runs at a good information price of DDR5-6400 with some fairly tight timings. The seller has set the reminiscence timings to 32-39-39-102 with a required DRAM voltage of 1.4V. Since these are overclocked reminiscence modules, they arrive with XMP 3.0 help for a one-click setup.
G.Talent hasn’t launched the Zeta R5 reminiscence kits but, so pricing and availability are unknown. Now that the cat is out of the bag, we count on G.Talent to make an official announcement very quickly.