BIOSTAR lists their AM4 X370 motherboards with 3600MHz memory support

BIOSTAR lists their AM4 X370 motherboards with 3600MHz memory support

BIOSTAR lists their AM4 X370 motherboards with 3600MHz memory support

BIOSTAR lists their AM4 X370 motherboards with 3600MHz memory support

 
Every PC builder and enthusiast are looking towards AMD's Ryzen launch with great interest, with everyone looking for every scrap of information that they can find from pricing to benchmark scores.  

One question that many enthusiasts have been asking is if Ryzen can handle today's fastest DDR4 memory kits, with some suggesting that AMD will only be supporting memory speeds of up to 2666MHz at stock. 
 
BIOSTAR lists their upcoming AM4 X370 GT3, GT5 and GT7 motherboards with 3600MHz memory support, hinting that AMD's Ryzen CPUs will be capable of handling high memory clock speeds just like Intel's Skylake CPU architecture. Right now we do not know if AMD's Ryzen CPUs will be able to handle memory clock speeds of 4000MHz+ like Kaby Lake, though we certainly look forward to finding out when Ryzen launches. 

  

BIOSTAR lists their AM4 X370 motherboards with 3600MHz memory support

 

On BIOSTAR's X370GT7 webpage, the motherboard is listed with support for 2800MHz, 3200MHz and 3600MHz memory kits from G.Skill and other memory manufacturers, leaving us hopeful that Ryzen will support high-speed DDR4 memory. 


You can join the discussion on BIOSTAR listing AMD's Ryzen CPU with 3600MHz memory support on the OC3D Forums

 

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22-02-2017, 04:32:25

King of Old School
lol they couldn't even use a black socket on their motherboards.

Comparing this motherboards to other companies it's a fail.Quote

22-02-2017, 07:53:26

Wraith
Quote:
Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
lol they couldn't even use a black socket on their motherboards.

Comparing this motherboards to other companies it's a fail.
Like you're actually going to see it once the cooler is installed.Quote

22-02-2017, 08:00:57

King of Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Like you're actually going to see it once the cooler is installed.
Doesn't matter if every other company is doing a black socket so should they.

Can't better that much of an higher cost to do a black socket.

It makes it stick out like a sore thumb if every thing else is "black".Quote

22-02-2017, 09:10:35

Shingara
Meh so its white, i know people who would give there high teeth for a pure white motherboard.Quote

22-02-2017, 09:39:33

Dark NighT
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Like you're actually going to see it once the cooler is installed.
QFT.

It doesn't matter which color the socket is.. Really! Heck when the cpu is installed its prettymuch covered up 90%

Its about the boards performance and price, not a socket color that doesn't have any effect.Quote
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