AMD Ryzen Accelerated Memory Profile is to be the standard for DDR5 RAM. Reds challenge Intel XMP profiles

AMD Ryzen Accelerated Memory Profile is to be the standard for DDR5 RAM.  Reds challenge Intel XMP profilesRegardless of whether someone prefers Intel or AMD processors, you have to objectively admit that the 12th generation from the Blue is definitely successful. In addition to the leap in performance, it provided us with a number of novelties in the form of the production process in 10 nanometers; big.LITTLE architecture combining large, high-performance cores with small, energy-saving cores and introduced support for RAM DRR5 modules and the PCI Express 5.0 interface under home thatch. The reds, however, will not lag behind for a long time and will offer the last two with AMD Ryzen 7000 processors and dedicated 600 series chipsets. It seems that an additional novelty will be AMD RAMP, which will compete with Intel XMP profiles.

It is worth recalling that this is AMD’s third approach to this topic. In the past, A-XMP and AMP (AMD Memory Profile) were already offered.

AMD Ryzen Accelerated Memory Profile is to be the standard for DDR5 RAM.  Reds challenge Intel XMP profiles [1]

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The German editors of Computer Base noticed an interesting entry in the list of changes for update 7.17 of HWiNFO. Speech after “Added preliminary support of AMD RAMP”. As its creator is also a user of their forum, they decided to ask him for a comment. AMD RAMP is nothing but Ryzen Accelerated Memory Profile, the equivalent of Reds for Intel XMP 3.0. These, in turn, are simply profiles covering clocks, lags and voltages for factory overclocked DDR5 RAM modules that exceed the recommendations of the JEDEC standard.

AMD Ryzen Accelerated Memory Profile is to be the standard for DDR5 RAM.  Reds challenge Intel XMP profiles [2]

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It is worth recalling that this is AMD’s third approach to this topic. In the past, A-XMP and AMP (AMD Memory Profile) were offered, but both have not gained much popularity. With the exception of selected RAM module manufacturers such as G.SKILL, motherboard manufacturers either used Intel’s XMP or offered their own solutions – ASUS and DOCP (“Direct Overclocking Profile”) or GIGABYTE and EOCP (“Extended Overclocking Profile”). How will it be this time? It all depends on the popularity of the upcoming AMD Ryzen 7000 processors and dedicated motherboards with AMD AM5 socket and 600 series chipsets. This time, however, the Reds position in the DIY segment is much better and in my opinion they have a chance of success.

Source: ComputerBase


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