AMD Ryzen 3000 could support DDR4-5000
By Adeline Belluz 2019-05-21 406 0
It is Yuri Bubliy, the creator of Ryzen DRAM Calculator, who recently published a Tweet in which he discusses the fact that AMD's upcoming Ryzen 3000 processors could support RAM at very high speeds.
The foundry's processors could thus manage the DDR4-5000, a logical evolution of the AMD chips if we consider that the current processors can support the DDR4-4000, but all this remains theoretical.
In reality, there should be some backbiting, including the limitations of AMD's Infinity Fabric technology that do not allow 5000 MHz to be reached to date. Despite this, X570 chip cards could unlock the RAM situation while providing support for the PCIe Gen4 standard.
AMD could share more information on this subject about the Computex in Taipei, which will open its doors next week.
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