AMD has confirmed its new EXPO technology, which makes overclocking your DDR5 memory inside of your new AM5-based motherboard and new Ryzen 7000 series “Zen 4” processor easier.
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The new AMD EXPO technology is offered as a one-click DDR5 overclocking tool for new Ryzen 7000 series CPUs, where AMD promises there’s up to 11% enhanced gaming performance at 1080p with it enabled. There’s also lowered latency, down to around 63ns.
AMD has said that it’s making its new EXPO technology open with a standard license and royalty-free, which means we’ll see it adopted into the market quicker, and cheaper. AMD is working with around 15 partners with DDR5 memory kits that offer up to DDR5-6400 speeds, with the likes of ADATA, Corsair, G.SKILL, Kingston, and more are ready for the world of Zen 4 + AMD EXPO technology.
AMD says that its EXPO technology will provide enhanced memory performance with DDR5 memory, with high memory frequencies and aggressive settings that will unlock higher and smoother frame rates across your games. It simplifies the overclocking process, giving users a one-click DDR5 memory overclock that boosts performance.
The company also notes that its new AMD EXPO technology is a transparent and user-friendly approach to memory profiles — hey Intel XMP… AMD is taking some swings here with EXPO — with their “rich memory testing documents ensure you can verify hardware compatibility, detailed settings, and complete memory specs, making it easier for you to find the right RAM”.