AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs should be slower in RAM than 13th Gen Intel Cores

Deepak Gupta August 3, 2022
Updated 2022/08/03 at 9:09 PM

We are fast approaching the arrival of new processor lines from Intel and AMD. Expectations are quite high and, although official information is still lacking, the various leaks and rumors reveal a little of what can be expected from these devices.

In this sense, recent information suggests that AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7000 CPUs should be slower in terms of RAM memory than Intel’s 13th generation Core Raptor Lake.

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When it comes to the most important components of a machine, such as graphics cards and processors, the main aspects that are always of interest to those who buy are performance, speed and energy efficiency. But there is also a detail that does not escape the attention of the most discerning, which is the RAM memory.

However, recently a Image where a Ryzen 7000 processor with a DDR5 RAM memory is shown at a very high frequency of 6,400 MT/s (Megatransfer per second). More specifically, the image, released by Toppc, an overclocker who works for the MSI brand, shows a capture of the CPU-Z software, where the equipment has a capacity of 64 GB of DDR5 RAM, at a speed of 3,202.7 MHz , which then corresponds to a total of 6,400 MT/s and a CAS latency of 32 clocks.

And since AMD still doesn't currently have any desktop processor compatible with DDR5 memories, then it can be deduced that the image respects the characteristics of the new Ryzen 7000, codenamed Raphael and Zen4 microarchitecture.

AMD Ryzen 7000 slower than 13th Gen Intel Cores in RAM?

Based on these values, some sources have already indicated that, in terms of RAM, the new line of CPUs from Lisa Su's company will then be slower than the next generation of Intel Cores. This is because, for example, the Core i9 12900K model, which is the current generation, already achieves identical numbers in overclocking. As such, the new range is expected to be even more powerful in this regard.

But for now, this data is only from unofficial sources, and there will certainly be many more news over the next few weeks. However, certainly many of the most fanatical users of the hardware sector are already impatient and looking forward to the arrival of new processors from these weighty rivals!

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