AMD releases memory overclocking technology EXPO

At AMD's conference this morning, AMD officially released the DDR5 overclocking technology EXPO. According to AMD, with the blessing of this technology, 1080p game performance can be improved by up to 11%, and DDR5 memory latency can be reduced to 63ns. In addition, AMD also said that AMD provides EXPO technology to its industry memory partners without royalties or license fees.

When the AMD 7000 processor debuts on September 27, there will be 15 DDR5-6400 high-end overclocking memory options from ADATA, Corsair, Kingston, and other manufacturers. IT House has learned that AMD EXPO (Extended Profiles for Overclocking) targets the Ryzen 7000 processor and DDR5 memory, and benchmarks Intel and other XMP 3.0 overclocking technologies, which is convenient for users to overclock with one click. Memory manufacturers are expected to announce the first memory kits with the EXPO profile soon.

Here are the first memory models listed by AMD:

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