Two pieces of good news for reformers

The former will support up to DDR5-6400 memory at a 1:1 ratio, while the latter will offer full overclocking support.

The Ryzen 9000 processors, AMD’s Zen 5 desktop processors, were introduced in early June and should arrive before the end of July. Now, a few days before that deadline, our colleagues at WCCFTech have shared some sly information about their memory support. The same media also provides tempting information about another still unofficial but anticipated lineup, the Ryzen 9000X3D.

Up to 6400 tph at 1:1

On the subject of memory, the source claims that the Ryzen 9000 processors are capable of handling DDR5-6400 at a FCL/MCLK ratio of 1:1. For laymen, let's specify that FCLK corresponds toInfinity Fabric Watch And MCLK in Memory clock. In practical terms, a 1:1 ratio characterizes memory that operates at the same frequency as the CPU's memory controller; this allows for the best RAM performance when it comes to latency. So it's a slight improvement over the Ryzen 7000. For the latter, what's described above is called nice place In terms of memory, it is 6000 MT/s (DDR5-6000).

WCCFTech claims that most X870 and X870E motherboards will feature support for DDR5-8000 MT/s in a 4-DIMM (1:2) configuration. The source adds that motherboard manufacturers are also considering dual-channel, dual-DIMM configurations. “at speeds near or greater than 9000 t/s”.

Manual Overclocking of Ryzen 90003XD

The same media made other revelations, but regarding the Ryzen 9000X3D. AMD has already confirmed that for gaming, the Ryzen 7000X3D will still outperform the Ryzen 9000 without 3D V-Cache; as a result, the company will consider launching this series of processors with enhanced L3 cache very soon.

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The good news is that they will allow full overclocking. In other words, automatic overclocking via PBO (Boost accuracy, double the speed.) as already introduced by the Ryzen 7000X3D, but also, for the first time, manual overclocking. For the record, the first representative of its kind, the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, did not allow any OC. At the time, AMD justified this restriction by the risk of instability – greater than with traditional Ryzen due to the architectural characteristics of the X3D chips – that these manipulations of voltages and clock frequencies could cause.

It is clear that with the third generation of 3D V-Cache, this design has reached a certain stage of maturity. However, note that the source does not rule out certain limits that are slightly more stringent than the Ryzen standards.

ranges Oak Guide ok automatic Memory ok
Ryzen 5000X3D Zen 3 X X Yes
Ryzen 7000X3D Zen 4 X BPO Expo
Ryzen 9000X3D Zen 5 Yes, with restrictions. BPO Expo

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