The next AMD Ryzen 3000 processors will be able to support DDR4-5000

The next Ryzen 3000 processors with a 7 nm node will propose a completely new architecture. We will have a 14 nm I / O die that will manage different things, including the memory controller and the Zen 2 modules of the processors. The I / O die will act as a link between all the modules, allowing AMD to increase the number of cores and other advantages.

Ryzen 3000 will support DDR4-5000 memories

Ryzen 3000

Among the innovations that this will bring to the Ryzen platform, we have the memory controller, which would support bad speeds.

The improvement in memory management of the upcoming AMD processors will give the possibility to operate with DDR4 modules at very high speed, we are talking about DDR4-5000 .

If this is the case, high-speed memory would no longer be something reserved only for Intel chips, good news for future buyers who want to upgrade to the AMD platform with Ryzen 3000.

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It should also be noted that the use of high speed DDR4 memories could only be possible with those X570 motherboards. In fact, this could be one of the main reasons to get hold of the new motherboards that will come with the Ryzen 3000 series . However, this does not mean that you can not overclocking DDR4 memories on non-X570 motherboards to achieve these frequencies, although very few modules could be able to reach those numbers.

It’s good that AMD is working to improve the DDR4 memory support in Ryzen, one of the platform’s few weaknesses.

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