Cooperation with MSI overcloaker, hiding under the pseudonym Toppc, hinted at the ability of Ryzen 7,000 processors to work with the operational memory of DDR5-6400, which he shared with the Chinese social network Bilibili.
The enthusiast has published a vague picture of the CPU-Z window, which shows 64 Gbytes of the DDR5 operating memory at 3202.7 MHz. This, however, clarifies the title of the forum branch where the screenshot was published.
Since AMD does not yet have desktop processors capable of working with the memory of DDR5, there is no doubt about the coming Ryzen 7000 processors on the Zen 4 architecture.
It is expected that the AMD Ryzen 7000 and Intel Core 13 will be supported by the operational memory of the DDR5-5600 without overtaking. The Intel Alder Lake active chips support memory modules with a frequency of 4,800 MHz without overtaking. However, by supporting the Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO profiles with new chips, faster memory modules can be used.
According to the latest rumours, the Ryzen 7000 debut will take place in September, but the recent details of the 600-series AMD chipsets for new motherboards for future processors will be available this week. On August 4, AMD planned for its partners a "Meet the EXPERTS" event that is going to talk about the AMD X670E and AMD X670 senior chipsets.