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AMD introduced EXPO technology for easy overclocking of RAM on Socket AM5 platform

AMD introduced EXPO technology for easy overclocking of RAM on Socket AM5 platform

During the nightly presentation of Ryzen 7000 processors and new Socket AM5 platform, AMD also officially introduced new technology that is designed to make overclocking of DDR5 RAM much easier.
It is named AMD Extended Profiles for Overclocking or AMD EXPO for short.Image source: AMDEXPO is an alternative to Intel XMP 3.0 technology.
It is specifically designed for Socket AM5 platform and Ryzen 7000 processors, and allows the user to easily select the desired speed of RAM operation within RAM profiles, announced by the manufacturer.
According to AMD company, using EXPO technology allows to easily increase the gaming system performance at 1080p resolution by up to 11%, and reduce the memory lag to around 63 ns.
AMD said it aims to distribute EXPO under a free and royalty-free license, which will accelerate its adoption by memory manufacturers.
The company said that many manufacturers have already adopted AMD EXPO and are about to release more than 15 bundles of EXPO memory modules with effective frequencies up to 6,400 MHz.
These companies include ADATA, Corsair, GeiL, G.Skill, Kingston and others, for example.
The first DDR5 RAM modules with support for overclocking profiles have already been introduced.
For example, such solutions were announced by GeIL, Corsair and G.Skill.

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