At Innovation 2022, Intel confirmed that the 13th generation Core processors maintained operational memory without overtaking up to the DDR5-55600 standard. It was now known that for the flagship CPU Core i9-13900K, DDR5-7600 memory support had also been announced, but had been dispersed using Intel XMP 3.0 profiles.
The Intel XMP technology allows the system to automatically select the optimum profile for the intended mode of operation that determines the memory frequency and delay values. Intel has a list of XMP 3.0 profiles that indicate the optimum parameters of a given memory module during the break-up. The Intel list has recently been updated.
The fastest memory modules listed in the XMP 3.0 profile list are G.Skill ' s solutions, which were tested on ASUS Z790 ROG Maximus Hero and Apex. The lists indicate that the DDR5-7466 and DDR5-7600 modules can operate at 1.4 V and CL36 timers in the Core i9-13900K configuration. The following is a list of memory modules that operate at these settings:
- G-Skill DDR5-7466 CL36 – F5-7466J3648G16GX2-TZ5RKG-Skill DDR5-7466 CL36 – F5-7466J3648G16GX2-TZ5RKG-Skill DDR5-7600 CL36 – F5-7600J3648G16GX2-TZ5RK
It should be specified that at present the fastest available DDR5 memory set from G.Skill is the Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6600. As far as the LPD sets listed above are concerned, they have not yet been made available.