V-Color teases its new DDR5-6333 RAM, with RGB lighting

V-Color's upcoming DDR5 memory teased, the new V-Color DDR5-6333 teased with RGB lighting strip at the top, ready for Alder Lake.

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Taiwanese manufacturer V-Color has announced its new DDR5 memory with the V-Color DDR5-6333 memory teased with high speeds and an RGB lighting strip at the top.

V-Color teases its new DDR5-6333 RAM, with RGB lighting 01

The new V-Color DDR5-6333 memory teased by Hassan Mujtaba from Wccftech, with the 16GB DDR5 DIMM featuring a white theme and RGB lighting strip at the top. JEDEC's regular specs of 4800 aren't touched here, with V-Color kicking things off at DDR4-6333.

16GB per module means dual-channel kits will boast 32GB, while 64GB kits of DDR5 should be a much bigger norm in the future. You'll need a new CPU and motherboard, with Intel about to launch its next-gen Alder Lake CPUs and 600-series platform that will support DDR5 memory and PCIe 5.0 technology.

Intel's new 12th Gen Core "Alder Lake" CPUs will be announced, and go on sale on November 4 -- so we don't have much longer to wait. We don't yet know when COLORFUL will be launching its next-gen V-Color DDR5 memory, but it shouldn't be too much further away than the Alder Lake launch.

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