AMD is apparently working on a new way of reacting to Intel’s XMP in order to guarantee the best possible performance and, of course, stability in the memory area on the Ryzen platform. Something that hasn’t always been guaranteed since 2017 and has caused a lot of headaches for a lot of good people.
Well, AMD’s new attempt is called RAMP, This is, Ryzen Accelerated Memory Profile.
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Therefore, according to various sources, AMD is even working on a new memory profile that should accompany its Ryzen processor ecosystem. However, these new efforts will not make themselves felt until DDR5 RAM is a big industry bet.
That is, not until AMD launches the first AM5 motherboards, and of course the Ryzen 7000, which is based on the 5nm Zen 4 architecture.
As for RAMP itself, we don’t know much yet. We’ll have to wait for AMD to announce specific details.
Besides, what do you think of all this? Is that an AMD Flex? What intends to be comparable or better than Intel in all areas?