The third generation of Ryzen processors will overcome some memory limitations that the chips had until now. With the Zen 2 architecture, AMD decided to separate the memory controller from the CPU cores on an independent chip. The creator of the DRAM Calculator for Ryzen, Yuri “1usmus” Bubliy, you have found that it is possible to confirm the extent to which AMD has advanced in this regard, and it seems that the new generation will allow very important memory overclocks. The third generation of Ryzen processors will stand up to Intel in terms of RAM frequencies.
In the Zen 2 BIOS options the thing will go up to the DDR4 5000, which is a huge increase in Comparison with the first Ryzen. The clocks of the DRAM are still dependent on the Infinity Fabric architecture, so the interconnection system will reach 5000 MHz as well. This could be an attractive point of the plates with the X570 chipset, since they offer a wider range of overclocking than the plates with previous BIOS. Of course, this does not mean that we will be able to increase the frequencies of any RAM up to 5000 MHz; Only the fastest modules can achieve it. Recall that the speed record of a DDR4 RAM is G.Skill with 5543 MHz.