If a few days ago the rumors indicated that the AMD Ryzen 7000 cannot be accompanied DDR5 RAMnow, interestingly, the manufacturer Appear revealed on its official website that these processors will offer support for the use of RAM memory DDR5@5200MHz by default, which would be less than the 5600MHz from Raptor Lake, but more from 4800MHz from Alder Lake. It should be remembered that AMD has already announced that this platform will put a lot of emphasis on memory overclocking, so it should do quite well with faster kits.
The AMD EPYC Genoa line of server processors will also support DDR5 memory up to 5200 MHz.
This just confirms that the AMD Ryzen 7000 does not support the use of DDR4 RAMwhich implies a drastic increase in the budget to make a notable jump in performance compared to the current generation of CPUs, and it is important to remember that this platform will give us access to the new architecture AMD Zen4 to a 5nm manufacturing process, being one of the most important points in which integrated graphics will be includedespecially in a configuration of up to 256 stream processors under the RDNA2 architecture, while the high-end processor, the Ryzen 9 7950X You’ll see the TDP jump from 105W to 170W, so a noticeable performance boost is to be expected forcing you through the 5.00GHz barrier.
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