AMD explains that its first AM5 processors could provide memory overclocking. Ryzen 7000 “Raphael” is based on the “Zen 4” micro architecture.
Joseph Tao of AMD notes that these chips can manage DDR5 memory frequencies. In this case he declares
“Our first DDR5 platform for gaming was our Rafael platform. One great thing about Rafael is that by overclocking we are really going to try, I’m going to give it up, but the speed you thought was impossible, may be possible with this specification. of overclocking. ⁇
Raison 7000 “Raphael” And RAMP technology
AMD operates on the new overclocking standard for DDR5 memory. This is called the Ryzen Accelerad Memory Profile or RAMP. It aims to replace Intel’s XMP 3.0. Currently AMD offers A-XMP for its AM4 and DDR4 operating systems. There is a function at the UEFI firmware level to translate settings from XMP profiles to AMD compatible systems. RAMP looks different.
In addition to the classic memory frequency, time and voltage, this technology can handle the adjustment of many memory parameters that are very specific to the “Zen 4” memory controller.
“Raphael” AM5 processors will be the first or second AMD processors to support DDR5 (depending on when EPYC “Genoa” solutions are launched). Current Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt” mobile processors support DDR5 5200MHz RAM and LPDDR5 6400MHz with “Zen 3+” configuration.
Note that this RAMP technology is not an invention. We already talked last January.
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