DDR5-7600 XMP memory is coming to Intel’s 13th Gen platform | Biden News


It seems that almost every day we receive information about ever higher DDR5 memory speeds. Less than two weeks ago I wrote about the upcoming Trident Z5 DDR5-6800 CL32 memory from G.Skill (opens in a new tab). While that kit may be impressive, it looks like just a tease of what Intel’s 13th Gen CPUs will ultimately be capable of.

Intel has expanded its list of XMP 3.0 supporting memory kits (opens in a new tab) (via Benchlife (opens in a new tab)). The latest kits go up to 7600MHz. Yes, DDR5-7600. The kit in question is made by G.Skill, and validated on the upcoming Maximus Z790 Apex motherboard from Asus. There is also a 7466MHz kit, also made by G.Skill but this time it was validated on the more mundane Z790 Hero as well as the Apex.


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