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ASRock first to support AMD AMP Memory Profiles

Posted on Monday, July 30 2012 @ 20:13:56 CEST by


X-bit Labs reports ASRock's flagship AM3+ motherboard (Fatal1ty 990FX) is the first to receive support for AMD's AMP memory profiles:
Asrock indicated that its top-of-the-range Fatal1ty 990FX Professional mainboard which has AM3+ socket that supports both current FX "Bulldozer" chips as well as forthcoming FX "Piledriver" central processing units is now also compatible with AMD's AMP (AMD Memory Profile) SPD settings which allow overclockers and enthusiasts to easily get more speed from their memory modules by choosing exact clock-speed and latency settings [which are presented] without faithfully harming the chips.

Potentially, the improvement of supporting pg AMD's AMP-compatible memory chips should enable frequencies ahead of 2.8GHz speeds (supported by Trinity officially) from default of 2.1GHz for memory, which is a rather high frequency.




 



 

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