AMD’s Extended Profiles for Overclocking (EXPO) technology is similar to Intel’s XMP 3.0. With this EXPO technology, DDR5 overclocking will be enabled by just one click for all AM5 builds and the new Ryzen 7000 desktop series. With the use of this technology, gamers will get an 11% improvement in performance using 1080p resolution and there will be lower latency.
AMD is working on making this standard both license and royalty free which will lower the cost and also make it easier for users to adopt. AMD has announced 15 partner DDR5 kits which will be offering speeds up to 6400 MT/s. These memory kits include Corsair, Geil, ADATA, G.Skill, and Kingston.
The first of the memory kits based on EXPO profiles will soon be announced by memory manufacturers. We are hopeful that we will soon find out more regarding pricing as well.