AMD Ryzen 7 Memory And Tweaking Analysis review

Memory (DDR4/DDR5) and Storage (SSD/NVMe) 357 Page 5 of 11 Published by


CPU-Z - DDR4 with a Ryzen 7 processor

DDR4 with a Ryzen 7 processor

Let's fire up CPU-Z so you can check out a little how we have the system configured.



So in the BIOS typically you can just flick on the XMP profile (see below), at default your memory will be running at 2133 or 2400 MHz with slower SPD/JEDEC timings. If you have a decent brand Intel motherboard then in the BIOS you will be allowed to load up the XMP profile and apply that profile in the BIOS, thus activate the pre-configured frequency, timings and voltage. Maximizing your memory was never any easier.




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