With the initial launch of DDR5, the main kit you could find and what was also sent out from Intel in their launch kits was the 4800 MT/s kit from Crucial. While it isn’t a crazy overclocked kit with crazy looking heatspreaders, it was a simple kit that got the job done. Well, Crucial has expanded that lineup recently with 5200 MT/s and 5600 MT/s kits. They have the same simple styling but have stepped up the speeds while also offering a variety of densities. Today I’m going to check out both speeds in 16GB densities with 2 x 32GB kits to see how they compare with the original 4800 MT/s kit so let's dive in and check them out.

Product Name: Crucial DDR5 5200 & 5600MT/s memory

Review Sample Provided by: Crucial

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Technology

DDR5

Speeds

DDR5-5200

DDR5-5600

PC speed

PC5-41600
PC5-44800

Density for 5200 MT/s Memory

8GB, 16GB, or 32GB

Density for 5600 MT/s Memory

8GB, 16GB, 24GB, 32GB, and 48GB

Module type

UDIMM

DIMM type

Unbuffered

CAS latency 5200 MT/s Memory

42

CAS latency 5600 MT/s Memory

46

Extended Timings 5200 MT/s Memory

42-42-42

Extended Timings 5600 MT/s Memory

46-45-45

Voltage

1.1V

Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO

Supported

Warranty

Limited Lifetime

 

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