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MSI reveals A-XMP to get best DDR4 performance on Ryzen and adds 7 new motherboards

Posted on Tuesday, March 21 2017 @ 12:27:16 CET by


A couple of new motherboard announcements rolled in from MSI. First up, the company announces the creation of A-XMP, the first DDR4 performance and stability feature for Ryzen. This feature promises to configure your DDR4 settings for the best performance and stability with just a single click. Every Socket AM4 motherboard from MSI will soon get a BIOS update to add A-XMP.
MSI, the leading gaming motherboard brand, is proud to announce its R&D engineers developed and enabled world’s first 1-second DDR4 performance and stability feature, A-XMP. By using A-XMP MSI AM4 motherboard owners can simply set their memory timings and speed to its optimal settings in a single click for the best performance and stability. A-XMP also enables support for higher rated DDR4 memory kits to work without any hassle. A-XMP will be rolled out in soon to be available BIOS updates for all MSI AM4 motherboards.
MSI AXMP

Additionally, MSI also rolled out seven new motherboards based on the AMD X370 and B350 chipsets. Full details can be found at the firm's AM4 landing page.
  • X370 KRAIT GAMING
  • X370 GAMING PRO
  • B350 TOMAHAWK ARCTIC
  • B350M MORTAR ARCTIC
  • B350M BAZOOKA
  • X370 SLI PLUS
  • B350 PC MATE




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