Overclocker Pushes DDR5 To Over 10,000 MT/s On Ryzen 8700G
Jakob Aylesbury / 3 weeks ago
Unlike the main Ryzen line which has a sweet spot for memory, AMD’s APUs tend to love fast memory and show some pretty sizeable gains from reaching higher speeds. Something else that loves fast speeds, is overclockers who have managed to push DDR5-10600 MT/s on AMD’s latest Ryzen 8700G APU.
Ryzen 8000G DDR5 Overclocking
As reported by wccftech, overclocker Soonho Jeong, better known as ASUS’s in house OC expert ‘SafeDisk‘ has managed to achieve DDR5 speeds of 10,600MT/s using a ROG Crosshair X670E GENE motherboard and a pair of G.SKILL Trident Z5 memory sticks. This memory was pushed to DDR5 speeds of 10600 MT/s with the stock 1.45V alongside timings of 50-62-62-127-127.
Something worth mentioning is that there is supposedly an issue with the latest AGESA BIOS firmware which shows a higher DDR5 memory clock than what is actually running on the memory. To prove this an oscilloscope was used to show that the achieved memory frequency is accurate.
Quite the impressive feat for SafeDisk and AMD, if you wish to see the validation of the 10,600MT/s record visit the link here.