Videocardz have allegedly received their palms on the documentation for Intel’s upcoming Z790 motherboards. These motherboards are apparently from MSI and the documentation provides us some perception concerning the anticipated reminiscence help.
DDR5 Reminiscence Help
The MSI Z790 helps JEDEC DDR5–5600 reminiscence out of the field. Compared, Alder Lake featured help for 4800 MT/s reminiscence (DDR5-4800).
The MSI MEG Z790 comes with 4 DDR5 reminiscence slots that includes a most supported reminiscence capability of 128GB. The 1DPC (1 DIMM Per Channel) most datarate is 6800+MT/s. The 2DPC (2 DIMM Per Channel) configuration drops this switch charge to 6400+MT/s.
(MT = Mega Transfers)
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Help For DDR4
Moreover, Videocardz additional provides us a number of photos exhibiting that we might even see some motherboards from the -700 lineup supporting DDR4 reminiscence. AMD’s AM5 platform has deserted this reminiscence sort and has opted for the sooner and fancier DDR5 reminiscence.
A Z790 motherboard reportedly contains help for DDR4 reminiscence. 4 DDR4 slots pair as much as present the identical most 128GB reminiscence dimension. The quickest switch charge is round 5333+ MT/s.
Who wins the Reminiscence Velocity Conflict?
No AM5 motherboard (As of writing) has specs for the reminiscence pace listed, subsequently, it’s laborious to inform which platform is quicker. Worry not, for AMD is planning for a full fledged announcement on the twenty ninth of August.
Intel’s Raptor Lake is anticipated to be introduced at Intel’s Innovation Occasion which is ready to happen within the final week of September. A launch ought to happen someday in the course of October. The preliminary launch could solely characteristic the -Ok/-KF SKUs from Intel’s thirteenth Gen. The lower-mid finish variants together with the B760/H610 motherboards could possibly be introduced throughout the 2023 CES occasion which is deliberate for the fifth of January, 2023.
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