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AMD Ryzen 9000X3D will reportedly support manual CPU overclocking

As the launch date of the Ryzen 9000 series draws near, new details about the Zen 5 desktop CPUs are surfacing. According to a recent report, the Ryzen 9000X3D series processors will offer full CPU overclocking capabilities, marking a significant shift from its predecessors.

Unlike the Ryzen 5000X3D and Ryzen 7000X3D CPUs, which offer limited overclocking options, the Ryzen 9000X3D is expected to provide users complete control over CPU voltage and frequency, according to Wccftech. However, it's worth noting that while AMD is set to enable full overclocking support, measures may be put in place to ensure the safety and stability of the CPUs.

The upcoming CPUs are also expected to bring improved overclocking performance for DDR5 memory. Early indications from qualification samples suggest that the Ryzen 9000 series will target DDR5-6000 memory as the optimal configuration, with the upper limit being raised to 6400 MT/s on X670 and X870 motherboards, all while maintaining a 1:1 FCLK to MCLK ratio. Moreover, the CPUs are projected to support up to 8000 MT/s EXPO memory in a 1:2 ratio using 4-DIMM mode.

Board partners are reportedly working on increasing memory support up to 9000 MT/s and potentially even 10000 MT/s, achievable through a 1:2 ratio. If that happens, AMD platforms could rival Intel's counterparts in memory speed.

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KitGuru says: Do you usually overclock your CPU or just let it run at stock? For those who overclock, do you use something like AMD's PBO, or do you do it manually?

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