Century Micro releases first native DDR4-3200 memory
By Adan Flannigan 2019-07-06 609 0
For the user, they must jump to the BIOS to set the XMP (or AMP) parameters, or to optimize each small parameter to exploit the potential of memory particles.
The good news is that Century Micro was the first native high frequency DDR4 memory to increase the standard frequency to 3200 MHz.
As long as you have a compatible motherboard and processor, you can achieve the true "plug and play" that is the gospel of AMD Ruilong 3000 series processor users.
It should be noted that although the voltage Century Micro DDR4-3200 - memory (1.2 V) and frequency without being manually pulled Century Micro, but its timing (CL) there is still a lot of room for improvement, the default setting is 22-22-22-52.
If you have strong practical skills, you can press overclocking and fine tune to a lower timing based on the 1.2V standard voltage. After all, the manufacturer claims to use an 8-layer printed circuit board, and the potential should be quite large.
Finally, Century Micro represents a single piece of 8 GB and 16 GB / 32 GB - kit will be launched simultaneously July 7th. As far as the product price and the following single 16 GB version are concerned, this is currently not known.
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