Neo Forza has just launched two new RAM kits, namely Mars and Faye, which have DDR4-5000 and DDR4-4600 specifications.
Neo Forza has just released the latest DDR4-5000 and DDR4-4600 memory kits. This time, they target users of the Intel Rocket Lake platform and users of AMD’s Zen 3 processors looking for RAM that excels in performance and efficiency.
The Neo Forza DDR4 kit uses Cas Latency 19, which is pretty tight. Not to forget, they also offer various capacities starting from the 16GB (2x8GB) kit, which comes in two product lines, namely Mars and Faye.
The DDR4-5000 memory kit from Neo Forza requires 1.6 volts to run optimally. They also state the Neo Forza has a 32GB kit which is currently in pre-production.
However, DDR4-4600 kits are already available in 16GB (2x8GB) and 32GB (2x16GB) kits. To work optimally, the RAM kit only requires 1.5 volts. They are also preparing a 64GB (2x32GB) memory kit with the same specifications.
As is well known, the CAS (Column Address Strobe or Signal) latency in the RAM module is a display of how many clock cycles it takes for the RAM module to access a certain set of data in one of its columns and make that data available on its output pin, starting from the controller time. Memory told him.
Another way to understand CAS is to imagine how many RAM clock cycles it would take for RAM to output the data called by the CPU. A RAM kit with CAS 16 requires 16 RAM clock cycles to complete this task. The lower the CAS latency, the better.
Tom’s Hardware (July 22) reports the Neo Forza DDR4-5000 and DDR4-4600 kits may be based on the Adata XPG Spectrix D50 Xtreme DDR4-5000 memory kit. This is because there are many similarities in the capabilities of the two RAMs.
In addition, it can be assumed that the memory kit is built using Hynix-D’s proprietary die due to its similarity with the Adata memory kit specifications. For the price, the Neo Forza DDR4-4600 memory kit will start at USD 269.99.