AMD EXPO’s benchmark is Intel XMP 3.0, with Ryzen 7000 processor and AM5 600 series motherboard, to achieve one-click overclocking of DDR5 memory, and provide complete overclocking parameter settings, players can freely adjust.
Officially, EXPO technology can achieve up to 11% performance improvement at 1080p resolution, while reducing latency to about 63ns.
EXPO was originally exclusive to AMD’s platform, but MSI has now made a magical decision. After upgrading the BIOS, its Z690 motherboard also supports EXPO overclocking technology. MSI is named iEXPO, and MSI supports this function The motherboard can also directly apply the parameter settings of the EXPO memory.
The AMD platform’s royal overclocking technology is used on Intel’s old platform, which sounds a bit strange, but it also shows that the EXPO technology is quite open, and AMD does not restrict the dead platform. After all, EXPO, like XMP, is actually preset by the joint manufacturer. Memory parameters, as long as the memory matches the motherboard, there is no need to limit the platform technically.
At present, only MSI is using AMD’s EXPO technology on the Intel platform, but other motherboard manufacturers should follow suit.
In addition, the memory brands that currently support AMD EXPO technology include ADATA, Corsair, Jinbang, G.K., Kingston, and at least 15 products will be launched at the first launch, with a preset frequency of up to 6400MHz, and there will be many choices at that time.