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Premium reminiscence producer, G.Skill, shall be providing a model new DDR5 spec below its Trident Z5 household for AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs with EXPO help. Based on the data we have now bought, it is trying just like the reminiscence module producer shall be providing its lowest latency equipment within the 6 Gbps switch charge vary for Zen 4 chips.

G.Skill Readies AMD Ryzen 7000 “EXPO” Memory Rated at DDR5-6000, CL30 & 16 GB Per DIMM Flavors

The particular reminiscence equipment from G.Skill is the “F5-6000J3038F16G” and judging from its title, it’s a single-stick reminiscence module that operates at DDR5-6000 switch charges and has timings rated at CL30-38-38-96. For comparability, the bottom latency equipment you may get with XMP help for the Intel CPU platform is the “F5-6000J3040F16G” which is rated on the similar DDR5-6000 speeds however barely larger timings of CL-30-40-40-96. Both reminiscence modules are anticipated to be rated at 1.35-1.45V.

The G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5 reminiscence modules will function AMD’s EXPO (Extended Profiles For Ryzen Overclocking) help and shall be appropriate with AMD’s X670E, X670, and B650(E) collection boards. It will also be confirmed that these modules will function SK Hynix’s DDR5 DRAM ICs & may also get the identical PMIC (Power Management IC) controller as the remainder of the DDR5 modules since that is a JEDEC spec.

G.Skill Readies DDR5-6000 CL30 16 GB Trident Z5 Memory Modules With EXPO Support For AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs 2

Just just a few days in the past, we reported that DDR5-6000 would be the candy spot for AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs based mostly on the Zen 4 core structure utilizing the EXPO expertise. The DDR5-6000 reminiscence kits which are optimized with EXPO help will provide one of the best efficiency with the bottom latency in a 1:1 FCLK (3 GHz). However, for many who wish to profit from larger bandwidth, there shall be quicker DDR5 DIMM choices and we have now seen speeds of as much as DDR5-6400 which we have now been informed is a really entry-level push-up from where the overclocking speeds are literally going to finish up.

In addition to the DDR5 & EXPO help, we have now additionally come to know that AMD’s board companions will initially provide their motherboards with AGESA v1.0.0.1 Patch (D-G) nevertheless, a extra refined AGESA firmware referred to as v1.0.0.2 shall be out there only a few weeks later. Reviewers will principally have to check their samples on the 1.0.0.1 model so it will be sensible to present the testing a second go as soon as extra optimized BIOS’s are out within the following months after launch.

There have been experiences that overclockers shall be pushing some excessive LN2 overclocks with the Zen 4 chips as soon as they launch subsequent month so keep tuned for extra data. AMD plans to do a full reveal of the processor lineup adopted by the launch on the fifteenth of September.