Crucial 16GB (2x8GB) 4800MHz C40 DDR5 UDIMM Desktop Memory

Crucial DDR5 Desktop Memory can empower your computer to transfer 50% more data than DDR4 at launch, resulting in faster load times, file transfers, downloads, refresh rates and less lag time.
  • XMP 4800MT/s 40-39-39
  • Optimized Power Efficiency
  • Responsive Multitasking
  • Faster Load Times
Ram Capacity: 16GB
Memory Type: Desktop RAM DDR5
Product Code: CT2K8G48C40U5
Brand: Crucial
Warranty: 1 - Year Local
Availability: Out of Stock
Rs. 16,499

Empower your next-generation, multi-core CPU

Crucial DDR5 Memory has the blazing speed and massive bandwidth needed for the next generation of multi-core CPUs¹. Multitask better, load, analyze, edit, and render faster, game with higher frame rates and significantly reduce system lag for heavy workloads over the previous generation². With Crucial DDR5 Memory, harness performance that was once only possible with extreme performance memory.

Extreme performance right out-of-the-box

Crucial DDR5 Memory can transfer data up to 1.75x faster and deliver up to 2x more bandwidth than DDR4, resulting in shorter load times, file transfers, downloads, lag time and improved refresh rates. Performance is enhanced not just during testing, but in real-world conditions.

Best value with support for both Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO

Even with CPUs that suppress memory speed, Crucial DDR5 desktop memory can reach its rated speeds with Intel XMP 3.0 or AMD EXPO turned on in the UEFI/BIOS settings. Get the full value of your investment without overpaying for performance and enjoy the flexibility of using your Crucial DDR5 Desktop Memory in either an Intel or AMD build⁵.

No latency downsides with DDR5

Crucial DDR5’s system latency, measured in nanoseconds, is only up to 3% longer than DDR4 during testing, meaning real-world latency performances are virtually the same. With Crucial DDR5 delivering up to 2x more bandwidth, DDR4 is still outperformed.

Optimized power efficiency

For improved efficiency and stability, Crucial DDR5 introduces on-module voltage regulation with a power management integrated circuit (PMIC), which was on the motherboard with older memory technologies. This results in improved signaling and cleaner power for the modules (DIMMs). Moreover, DDR5’s on-module operating voltage is only 1.1V compared to DDR4’s 1.2V.

Micron X Crucial — quality and tested reliability you can trust

As the vertically integrated consumer brand of Micron, Crucial is trusted by millions for reliability, performance, and compatibility. Unlike module assemblers, our unique relationship with Micron involves a deeper level of engineering that delivers powerful performance you can trust. When it comes to memory, don’t settle for less.

Only with a DDR5-enabled CPU and motherboard. DDR5 desktop memory is not compatible with DDR4 motherboards.

Under memory-intensive workloads, DDR5 can deliver up to 2x the bandwidth, per an internal simulation of dual ranked x8 modules in client platforms.

DDR5 4,800MT/s speeds are comparable to extreme-performance DDR4 memory speeds and 1.5x faster than maximum standard DDR4 speeds of 3200MT/s.

Crucial DDR5 desktop memory modules (UDIMMs) can reach rated speeds with Intel XMP 3.0 or AMD EXPO turned on in the UEFI/BIOS settings. Applicable for all Crucial DDR5 desktop memory (UDIMM) modules except Crucial DDR5-4800 desktop memory, which supports only Intel XMP 3.0. Based on published competitor specs for DDR5 memory as of October 2022. Altering clock frequency or voltage beyond JEDEC specifications may result in damage to computer components. Coverage voided if Crucial DRAM modules are set to overclock beyond JEDEC specifications, rated speeds, and timings. Micron disclaims any and all liability for such damage.

Crucial DDR5 Memory is standard JEDEC memory. Memory speed is not controlled exclusively by the module itself but also by the memory controller in the CPU and the BIOS/firmware on the motherboard. XMP or EXPO support is provided on desktop memory (UDIMM) modules so customers can easily recover memory performance up to JEDEC speeds if experiencing a system-level downclocking of their memory. Performance recovery is not guaranteed on all DDR5 systems and is highly dependent on the CPU tier, motherboard tier, and BIOS stability.

Compared to published DDR4-3200 speeds.

DDR5 modules (DIMMs) introduce voltage regulation on the module through a power management integrated circuit (PMIC), which enables better power regulation and reduces the scope of DRAM power delivery network (PDN) management on the motherboard for increased efficiency.

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