With all the leaked benchmark results that looks really promising, AMD Ryzen CPUs has been in the spotlight recently as this is the long awaited moment for the AMD fans where AMD CPUs has finally caught up with Intel’s CPUs. Motherboard manufacturers has been announcing motherboards for AMD Ryzen CPUs and Biostar too, has recently announced the addition of RACING X370 and B350 to its RACING series motherboard line up.
According to the memory support list on Biostar, AMD Ryzen CPUs is capable of supporting DDR4 memory of up to 3600MHz (as seen in the list below) via AMD Memory Profile (AMP), the AMD counterpart of Intel’s Extreme Memory Profile (XMP).
|A DATA||AX4U2400W4G16-QRZ||4G||DDR4 2400|
|A DATA||AX4U2400W8G16-QRZ||8G||DDR4 2400|
As it is worth noting that Biostar hasn’t been really active in the high end motherboard section like what ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, EVGA did, There are chances that the AMD Ryzen CPU could support even higher frequency on motherboards that are specifically design for overclocking.