MSI overclocker teases AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU running DDR5-6400 CL32 memory

Published: 2nd Aug 2022, 10:45 GMT   Comments

AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU already running past the recommended speed

Toppc, an overclocker working for MSI, is teasing the upcoming Ryzen 7000 DDR5 memory capabilities. 

A screenshot from CPU-Z tool shows 64GB of DDR5 memory clocked at 3202.7 MHz (6400 MT/s) with a CAS Latency of 32 clocks. The screenshot alone does not confirm whether this is Intel Alder Lake/Raptor Lake or AMD platform, but the title associated with the posted screenshot does.

Since AMD currently does not have any desktop system that would allow DDR5 memory to be used, this is undoubtedly the upcoming Ryzen 7000 CPU codenamed Raphael based on Zen4 microarchitecture.

AMD Ryzen 7000 with DDR5-6400 memory, Source: Toppc

Both the Ryzen 7000 series and Intel 13th Gen Core “Raptor Lake” are to support DDR5-5600 memory out of the box. That is an increased speed over Alder Lake’s official support for 4800 MT/s modules. Of course, those platforms support faster-overclocked memory, either through Intel XMP 3.0 memory profiles, AMD EXPO technology (confirmed by MSI) or manual overclocking.

It is unclear what type of memory was used by Toppc, but it is 400 MHz higher than the default supported memory. The flagship MSI X670E motherboard officially supports DDR5-5600 memory and is faster through overclocking.

MSI X670E GODLIKE specs, Source: VideoCardz

According to the rumors, AMD is set to launch Ryzen 7000 series in September, but we should see more details on X670E motherboards this week (August 4th) during the official showcase during AMD Meet the Expert event.

AMD Mainstream Desktop CPU Series
VideoCardz.comMatisseVermeerVermeer-X3DRaphaelGranite Ridge
Core µArch7nm Zen27nm Zen37nm Zen3D5nm Zen4Zen5
Launch DateJuly 2019November 2020April 2022September 20222023
AMD Ryzen SeriesRyzen 3000Ryzen 5000Ryzen 5000X3DRyzen 7000Ryzen 8000
Graphics2CUs RDNA2TBC
Max Core Count16161616TBC
SocketAM4AM4AM4AM5AM5
Memory SupportDDR4DDR4DDR4DDR5DDR5
Max PTT142W142W142W230W230W (?)
Max TDP105W105W105W170W170W (?)
PCIe GenPCIe Gen4PCIe Gen4PCIe Gen4PCIe Gen5PCIe Gen5
Motherboard ChipsetAMD 400AMD 500AMD 500AMD 600TBC

Source: Topcc via @9550pro




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