Crucial Gaming Solutions

Overclocking unlocked!

Harness the power of low-latency gaming memory

Push performance to the next level with the blazing speed and massive bandwidth of Crucial DDR5 Pro Memory: Overclocking Edition. With support for next-gen multi-core CPUs and the “sweet spot” speed of 6,000MT/s, our overclocking memory harnesses the power of low latency so you can beat the clock and focus on outplaying your opponent instead of worrying about performance bottlenecks. With Intel® XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO™ support on every module, you can also eliminate compatibility issues and have the flexibility to build your rig your way. Available in 16 and 24GB densities with a unique, origami-inspired aluminum heat spreader for a winning aesthetic. Unlock a new world of gaming performance with Crucial DDR5 Pro Memory: Overclocking Edition.

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Key features
  • Speed: 6,000MT/s
  • Extended timings: 36-38-38-80
  • Densities: 16GB and 24GB (also available in kits)
  • Performance: Intel® XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO™ support
  • Compatibility: Intel® Core 12th Gen and above, and AMD Ryzen™ 7000 series and higher desktop CPUs
  • Design: Origami designed aluminum heat spreader
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime

Crucial DDR5 Pro Memory

When plug-and-play performance is crucial, go pro

Workplace desktops and mobile workstations need higher bandwidth memory to feed next-generation CPU cores, whether analyzing huge data sets, compiling complex codes, rendering, or editing images or 8K videos. Ultimately, mainstream business and workstation users need memory that supports effortless multitasking, switching seamlessly between apps, and even more open browser tabs without lagging systems. Crucial DDR5 Pro Memory delivers the essential speed and bandwidth to satisfy the demands of next-generation multi-core CPUs.

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Key features
  • 6,000MT/s – 1.88x the data rates of DDR4-3200
  • Up to 2x the bandwidth of DDR4 enabled by:
    • 2x the burst length of DDR4
    • 2x the banks and bank groups of DDR4
    • On-module power management integrated circuit (PMIC7)
    • Two independent 32-bit channels per module(64 bits total)
    • Improved refresh schemes