As for AMD’s next-gen Ryzen series, we haven’t heard any specifics about specs. All we knew so far was that the Ryzen series will support DDR5 memory. According to the leaked documents, it appears that the series will only support DDR5 memory exclusively with no standard support for DDR4.
According to Apacer, the Ryzen 7000 series will likely expand standard support for DDR5-5200 memory. In terms of speed, this memory platform is 400 MHz higher than the JEDEC specifications. It even goes beyond Intel’s Alder Lake platform.
The supporting details in the chart also do not include support for DDR4. What we do know from the chart is that the EPYC Genoa will have out-of-the-box support for DDR5-5200. The Ryzen and EPYC are both based on AMD’s Zen4 microarchitecture.
Just a few days ago, AMD’s recent EXPO technology came into the limelight. This new technology is made to store overclocking DDR5 memory profiles and has a high bandwidth, low latency mode. On the other hand, AMD has started releasing teasers for its new “Raphael” series, which will have a huge impact on memory overclocking. This can mean both things; either manual overclocking or profiles and memory kits for high speed overclocking.
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