Memory maker confirms AMD Ryzen 7000 will support faster DDR5-5200 memory out of the box

Published: 27th Apr 2022, 05:38 GMT   Comments

AMD Ryzen 7000 to support faster DDR5 memory than Alder Lake by default

Apacer confirms that AMD’s first AM5 desktop series will support DDR5-5200 memory.

Officially, AMD only confirmed its next-gen Ryzen series will support DDR5 memory, but the company never gave any details on the default speed that will be supported. Meanwhile, what the leaked documents say is that DDR5 memory will be exclusively supported by the platform, with no sign of DDR4 standard support.

According to Apacer, the Ryzen 7000 series might support DDR5-5200 memory by default, which is 400 MHz higher than JEDEC specs and what Intel Alder Lake platform supports. The chart also confirms that there is no DDR4 support, and that EPYC Genoa comes with DDR5-5200 support out-of-the box as well. Both of these Ryzen and EPYC platforms are based on AMD Zen4 microarchitecture.

Recently we revealed that AMD is preparing a new technology called EXPO. This technology will be responsible for storing overclocking DDR5 memory profiles, including high-bandwidth and low-latency modes. At the same time, AMD teases that “Raphael” series will make a big splash with memory overclocking, which means either manual OC or support for high-speed overclocking profiles and memory kits.

AMD Ryzen 7000 DDR5 memory support, Source: Apacer

AMD new AM5 platform will launch in the second half of 2022 officially. Unofficially, it is expected to launch around late Q3/early Q4.

AMD Mainstream Desktop CPU Series
VideoCardz.comMatisseVermeerVermeer-X3DRaphaelGranite Ridge
Launch DateJuly 2019November 2020April 20222H 20222023
AMD Ryzen SeriesRyzen 3000Ryzen 5000Ryzen 5000X3DRyzen 7000Ryzen 8000
Core µArch7nm Zen27nm Zen37nm Zen3D5nm Zen4Zen5
Graphics4CUs RDNA2TBC
Max Core Count16161616TBC
SocketAM4AM4AM4AM5AM5
Memory SupportDDR4DDR4DDR4DDR5DDR5
Max TDP105W105W105W170WTBC
PCIe GenPCIe Gen4PCIe Gen4PCIe Gen4PCIe Gen5PCIe Gen5
Motherboard ChipsetAMD 400AMD 500AMD 500AMD 600TBC

Source: Apacer via @momomo_us




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