If DDR5 is supported by AMD on its new generation of processorssmart guys are already going beyond the official specs.
The information is not strictly speaking official, but comes from a overclock closely linked to the MSI brand, we can logically give it some credit.
Ryzen 7000 vs. Raptor Lake
A certain Toppc has therefore presented its first tests in terms ofoverclocking memory on the AM5 platform, support for AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7000 processors.
Remember that officially, the Ryzen 7000 will no longer accept DDR4 and that it will necessarily be necessary to associate them with DDR5-5200 to meet the specifications already presented by AMD.
However, it will of course be possible to go higher by using good quality bars. Toppc says it has already been able to run 64GB of DDR5 at 3202.7MHz and a CAS latency of 32.
This obviously bodes well for AMD in the matchup between the Ryzen 7000s and 13 processors.e generation from Intel, the already famous Raptor Lake, which will use basic DDR5-5600.
Just marketed by the main manufacturers, DDR5 is only supported by a single platform, signed Intel, Alder Lake. In addition, the public potentially interested in this new generation of RAM limits the number of references available… but fortunately the production capacities involved in this memory are starting to improve, and prices are falling.
Source : Videocardz