Faced with the launch of the Ryzen 7000, AMD is making slight changes, such as replacing the name of its technology AMD RAMP (Ryzen Accelerated Memory Profile) for amd expo (Extended profiles for overclocking). It must be remembered that this is the peer technology of the Intel® XMP 3.0allowing access to memory frequency profiles well above JEDEC specifications by adding overclocking to the equation.
According to reports, EXPO will be in charge of storage two overclocking profiles for DDR5 memory. The first profile will be optimized for high-speed use, while the second will favor low-latency access. This technology will be compatible with any type of memory format (UDIMM, RDIMM and SO-DIMM), so it will be available in future desktop and laptop computers.
The existence of this technology was disclosed in the latest update of the tool HWiINFOwhere it is revealed that in addition to improving support for the upcoming AMD AM5 platform, it added preliminary support for AMD RAMP technology. We now know of the name change to AMD EXPO “Extended Profiles for Overclocking” because the company has commercially registered this trademark.
Hope AMD Technology EXPO be compatible with Intel XMP modulesbut it will also allow memory manufacturers to adopt its technology exclusively, as happened with A-AMP memory kits from G.Skill or GeIL-certified AMD Ryzen.
via: video cardz