A few months ago, AMD announced that it was preparing a revolution in the RAM overclocking segment. And now the company has introduced EXPO (Extended Profiles for Overclocking), which will be available for systems based on Ryzen 7000.
EXPO is an analogue of Intel XMP, that is, it is a factory set of RAM profiles that simplifies overclocking of this very memory. In the case of the new Ryzen CPUs, of course, we are talking exclusively about DDR5.
When using memory with EXPO support, the user will be able to overclock the memory literally by pressing a button. According to AMD, gamers will be able to get up to 11% performance increase in Full HD, as well as lower latency to 63 ns. The EXPO license will be free, which should allow more manufacturers to release corresponding memory modules. Actually, 15 companies have already announced that they will release such memory, and some have already announced it.