Kingston’s 16GB and 32GB DDR5 memory kits receive Intel’s seal of approval

It won’t be long before Alder Lake will arrive. When it arrives, the next-generation CPU architecture will usher in the era of DDR5 memory in the mainstream market segment. Kingston is ready for the new era, and it claims that at least two kits are the first to pass the Intel Platform Verification Program.

This basically means that these kits meet certain standards and will eventually be used with the integrated memory controller in the Alder Lake processor, and possibly with the included Z690 motherboard.