AMD Ryzen 7000 to Support DDR5-5200 Native Memory Speeds

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Memory manufacturer Apacer has released a slide confirming that AMD Ryzen 7000 and EPYC Genoa processors will support DDR-5200 native memory speeds. This is faster than the specification for 12th Gen Intel Core CPUs (DDR5-4800). The chart also seems to confirm that AMD’s next chips will only support DDR5 memory.

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AMD Memory Enabling Manager Andrew Tao recently said the company is planning to make a “big splash” with overclocking potential, and the faster memory is sure to play a role. Both processors are expected to launch 2H22.

Source: Apacer Industrial (via VideoCardz)

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