Originally Posted by Arrowhead
I don't want ddr4 though.
I got the Maxipad Z690 Hero already a couple weeks ago and I plan to use it for the next 3+ years(maybe
Eh, it's no rush. I'll wait this one out.
The problem with early ddr5 boards is they support only ddr5 up to ddr5 6400 mhz...I would expect a mature ddr5 to have 10000 mhz ? So you still need to change mainboard for a later mature ddr5...What's the point ? As you saw from benchies ddr5 6000 is not such a big deal in games.Again what's the point ?
Unless you are in productivity i wouldn't go with DDR5 at this point unless you want to help the ddr5 economy to thrive.