Muskin is the only manufacturer selling 48GB SODIMM DDR5 memory right now, and you can buy it on eBay starting at $325.
Colorful's latest CVN Icicle DDR5 memory modules use Hynix A-die memory, achieve massive overclocking results.
3D X-DRAM from NEO Semiconductor uses technology inspired by 3D NAND. The firm's roadmap sees the arrival of 1Tb DRAM dies by 2030.
Asus is one of the first motherboard vendors to add a notice stating that memory technologies like XMP / EXPO are considered overclocking, with clear warranty implications/
Samsung has announced a noteworthy cut in memory production, due to low market demand and to get rid of excess inventory.
TeamGroup has substantially upgraded the brand's DDR5 memory lineups with new 48GB and 96GB memory kits.
AMD stands behind JEDEC to help push the adoption of MRDIMM, an open standard that will substantially boost bandwidth on buffered DIMMs.
G.Skill Has announced five new DDR5 kits, featuring the new 24GB and 48GB capacity modules. One of these kits is rated at up to 8200MT/s making it one of the fastest on the market.
Micron will further cut investments and reduce workforce due to short-term 3D NAND and DRAM demand uncertainties.
Hardware leaker claims the forthcoming AGESA ComboAM5PI 22.214.171.124 firmware will support 24GB and 48GB DIMMs.
Roman "der8auer" Hartung showcases G.Skill's forthcoming Zeta R5 DDR5-6400 ECC RDIMMs for workstations and servers.
Micron's DDR5-5200 and DDR5-5600 modules feature 8GB, 16GB, 24GB, 32GB, and 48GB capacity. They're AMD EXPO and Intel XMP 3.0 compatible.