AMD has launched EXPO memory overclocking technology, similar to Intel’s XMP 3.0. The user can directly enable the memory in the BIOS to make the memory work at the best frequency, the highest frequency can reach 6400MHz, with the low-latency DDR5 memory, the memory delay can be reduced to 63ns. There will be DDR5 memory that supports AMD EXPO technology from 15 different memory manufacturers.
In terms of motherboards, AMD has built four chipsets for the AM5 platform, including X670, X670E, B650, and B650E, of which X670 and X670E will come with the Ryzen 7000 processor. The B650 and B650E will be launched in October. The starting price of the motherboard is $125, but the matching PCI-E 5.0 SSD will have to wait until November. The newly launched Ryzen 7000 processor has an iGPU, but no specific details were announced at today’s conference.