MSI Teases Motherboard with Revolutionary CAMM2 Memory Support

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MSI Teases Motherboard with Revolutionary CAMM2 Memory Support

At the Computex 2024 event, MSI offered a glimpse into the future of memory technology by showcasing a concept Z790 motherboard featuring support for the highly anticipated CAMM2 (Compression Attached Memory Module) standard. The board, named the Project Zero Plus, is a modified variant of MSI's Z790 PROJECT ZERO, boasting a unique back-connect design that streamlines cable management for a cleaner and more visually appealing system.

The highlight of this concept motherboard is its integration of the Kingston FURY Impact DDR5 CAMM2 prototype module. This cutting-edge memory module adheres to the JESD318 CAMM2 Common Standard, recently published by JEDEC Solid State Technology Association, the leading organization in the development of microelectronics standards.



According to JEDEC, DDR5 CAMM2 modules are designed for high-performance notebooks and mainstream desktop systems, catering to the demanding needs of these platforms. The CAMM2 standard defines a common connector design for both DDR5 and LPDDR5/5X memory types, with intentional variations in mounting procedures to prevent incompatible module installations.

One of the key advantages of CAMM2 is its scalability. The standard supports stackable CAMM2 modules in both dual-channel (DC) and single-channel (SC) configurations. By splitting the dual-channel CAMM2 connector lengthwise, each half can accommodate a single memory channel at different heights, enabling increased memory capacity. Alternatively, the entire CAMM2 connector can be utilized with a dual-channel module, paving the way for future multi-channel setups and further memory expansion.


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