GIGABYTE: Motherboards will support EXPO memories

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Get easy performance boost with Intel XMP and AMD EXPO integrated profiles in BIOS settings, GIGABYTE Z690, B660 and later motherboards will support EXPO memories, let’s find out all in this article

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGYa leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and hardware solutions, has announced that all motherboards Z690, B660 e successive they will support memory EXPO. Users will be able to enjoy an increase in performance with ease on GIGABYTE motherboards of all platforms with memory AMD EXPO o Intel XMP supportate.

GIGABYTE: Motherboards will support EXPO memories

AMD: Availability of new EXPO technology for DDR5 memory

AMD recently announced the availability of the new technology EXPO for the memory DDR5 on the last platform AM5which allows for easy acceleration of DDR5 memory with profiles of overclocking integrati to increase performance, just like technology XMP.

At the same time as the launch of this new technology, all major memory module brands have started releasing their respective EXPO memories. GIGABYTE supports both AMD EXPO that Intel XMP DDR5, on their own motherboard AM5 and brings this innovative solution to the Intel platform as well, allowing users to speed up their memories DDR5 on Z690, B660 and later motherboards simply by activating the features XMP and EXPO in the setting of the BIOS to achieve an increase in performance.

GIGABYTE: Motherboards will support EXPO memories

Availability

The latest version of the BIOS, with support XMP ed EXPO, for motherboards Z690, B660 and later motherboards Sara soon released on the site Official web. Please consult the website for any further information.

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