AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processor was previously rumored to be on the market on September 15, and the last official date was September 27. It took half a month to further optimize and adjust the Ryzen 7000 and AM5 platforms. Now The manufacturer’s X670E motherboard has not yet been listed, and the BIOS has been updated to optimize DDR5 memory compatibility.
GIGABYTE has released a new version of BIOS for X670E series motherboards in the past two days. The version number is F5a. As long as the upgraded content is to increase the compatibility of DDR5 memory.
How is it optimized? GIGABYTE lists some memory models compatible with the platform, mainly high DDR5 memory from memory module manufacturers such as ADATA, Corsair, Kingston, G.K., Team Group, etc., native DDR5-4800, up to DDR5-6400, and the timing is mostly in CL40, some of the best models have reached CL32, as long as it is G.S. Qi’s products.
From these upgrades, AMD’s Ryzen 7000 has no pressure on high-frequency memory support, and DDR5-6400 memory is stable, but this frequency is not necessarily the most suitable. is the dessert frequency of the Ryzen 7000.