News Innodisk Reveals 'Industrial Grade' DDR5

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"The DDR5 modules available on its site lack the heat spreaders, are non-ECC, and come in 16GB and 32GB capacities at up to 4800MT/s. "

I thought ECC was part of the DDR5 spec..
 

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Same as previous genertation ( DDR2~DDR4), only DDR5 ECC DIMM & Registered DIMM have ECC function.
So I looked into it, and all DDR5 chips will have ECC per the spec, however there still exists ECC and non-ECC variants. The reason is per the spec DDR5 has "on-die" ECC, which has to do with the data integrity within the dies, but not for transfers. The ECC versions add ECC for transfers as well.
 

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