News TeamGroup Introduces New T-Force Vulcan DDR5 Memory Kits

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and.... what exactly is the unit of measure here ???

"Up to 5,200 MHz of DDR5 goodness" what does this mean ? is it 10400MT/s ? or is TeamGroup trying to pull a fast one by being stupid ?

for people that don't know for example, DDR4 3800MT/s is 1900Mhz and not 3800Mhz.
the addressing/commands to the memory is 1900Mhz, while the data is still 1900Mhz but can transfer 2bits per cycle.
so... we can't really use/combine these to make it 3800Mhz as unit of measure
 

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