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Ryzen 3000 Likely Will Support DDR4 5000mhz

Bond007

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I read about this a few days ago. Supposedly it will have a 50% divider so that as memory speeds get really high the interconnect will run at half the memory speed (instead of 1:1). It would limit before really fast memory apparently.

I have a feeling this will mean two optimum speeds for memory...one just before you have to run the divider, and one as fast as you can get your ram with the divider.
 
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Mr. Friendly

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it'll be interesting to see how much of a real world difference it makes. AMD's fiber interconnect responded to the added bandwidth better than Intel did.


however, 5000mhz RAM isn't going to be cheap, so it will have to be countered with real world performance. not to mention the 100 100 175 200 timings, LOL!
 

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