The average consumer will not care much about the MHz that can be squeezed out of RAM memories by pulling liquid nitrogen, but Adata right now has the world’s right to breastfeed and boast of record. The team of overclockers of the company itself, XPG Overclocking Lab, you have placed a Spectrix D60G RGB DDR4 kit of the company in the first place in the world for DDR4 memory, with 5738 MHz. With this, the record that we echoed just a few days ago, which had Micron with 5726 MHz, has been invalidated.
This class of overclocks requires an extreme cooling system, to be specific for liquid nitrogen. As you imagine, this kind of feats are not a matter for day to day, that this material is scarce, expensive and dangerous. However, science is science and records are there to beat them. On the part of the companies, these events allow them to promote chips that are able to withstand such frequencies, such as the Micron E-die, which are opposed to Samsung’s classic B-die. As we said a few days ago, we will arrive at 6000 MHz before the DDR5 arrives.