According to Videocardz, the memory maker Chic is preparing a DDR5-6000 CL30 memory for AMD’s Raider 7000 platform.
The Trident Z5 memory kit is reportedly designed for AMD’s Riptide 7000 CPUs and is expected to be the first to feature AMD’s EXPO memory overclocking technology.
Trident Z5 memory will offer CL30-38-38-96 timings and 6000 MT/s speeds. Previously, it was suggested that 6000 MT/s might be the “sweet spot” frequency for AMD Ryzen 7000.
The Raider 7000 processor will probably be released at the end of this month and available on September 15.
According to the UP master “ECSM_Official” news, AMD will soon release the R9 7950X for 16 cores, up to 5.7GHz, L2 + L3 cache for 16 + 64MB; R9 7900X for 12 cores, up to 5.6GHz, L2 + L3 cache for 12 + 64MB. The R7 7700X has 8 cores, up to 5.4GHz, with 8+ 32MB L2+L3 cache; the R5 7600X has 6 cores, up to 5.3GHz, with 6+ 32MB L2+L3 cache.