G.Talent is getting ready DDR5 reminiscence variations that use AMD EXPO expertise. EXPO, a competitor to Intel XMP 3.0, makes it easy to make use of overclockable RAM with AMD-compatible settings. It’s activated with a single click on within the motherboard’s UEFI configuration utility.
This Trident Z5 reminiscence bundle is the primary to incorporate AMD EXPO expertise (EXtended Profiles for Overclocking). This week, board companions revealed that AMD X670E motherboards will allow Intel XMP 3.0 or AMD EXPO. AMD has not confirmed something, however EXPO leaks have been out for fairly a while (at the least since April this 12 months). Some corporations verified EXPO as a Ryzen 7000-only reminiscence overclocking characteristic. This methodology permits for both low-latency or high-bandwidth overclocking. DDR5-6000 would be the “candy spot” reminiscence frequency for the Ryzen 7000 “Raphael,” very like DDR4-3600 is for the Ryzen 5000 “Vermeer,” as a result of it means that you can run the FClk at its highest doable frequency—3000 MHz within the case of Raphael and 1800 MHz within the case of Vermeer—with out partaking a 1:2 divider between FClk and reminiscence clock.
G.Talent Trident Z5 reminiscence with the mannequin quantity “F5-6000J3038F16G” options CL30-38-38-96 timing and a bandwidth of 6000 MT/s. Decrease timings are seen in G.Talent kits for Intel techniques with XMP profiles with CL-30-40-40-96 timings. The AMD Ryzen 7000’s “candy spot” could also be 6000 MT/s velocity. AMD will doubtless launch Ryzen 7000 CPUs and X670 motherboards on September 15.