Intel’s 12th-generation Core and 600 series motherboards have been launched, and memory manufacturers have also launched DDR5 memory that supports Intel’s XMP 3.0 memory overclocking technology. According to the latest news, AMD will launch its own RAMP (Ryzen Accelerated Memory Profile) technology on the new AM5 platform.
Moreover, AMD RAMP will be similar to Intel XMP 3.0. In the future, high-end overclocked DDR5 memory sticks may be divided into Intel-optimized series that support XMP 3.0 and AMD-optimized series that support RAMP.
Regarding the latest Ryzen 7000 and AM5 platforms, at CES, AMD briefly introduced the Ryzen 7000 series processors, which are based on the 5nm Zen 4 architecture and will be available in the second half of 2022. AMD will also introduce a new AMD Socket AM5 socket to the market to match the Ryzen Zen 4 architecture processor.
Furthermore, Intel’s XMP 3.0 technology currently has more configuration files than 2.0 built-in configuration files, reaching 5, including 3 configurations that cannot be tampered with and 2 configurations that can be customized by players, which is further convenient for players to overclock RAM.