AMD EXPO and Intel XMP Technologies Can Be Used In The Same Memory

We’ve been using Intel’s XMP technology for years, and last year version 3.0 was released for DDR5 memory. However, with the upcoming Ryzen 7000 series and the new AM5 platform, AMD will offer its own proprietary technologies instead of XMP, although it is free and open source.

The company introduced EXPO (Extended Profiles for Overclocking) technology as a competitor to XMP in its presentation. AMD 600 series motherboards will also support XMP technology. However, users who want a faster and more stable system may want to prefer EXPO supported memory specially adapted for AMD’s new platform.

So how will XMP and EXPO be kept together? DDR5 memory overclocking profiles can coexist in a single model. At this point, it is said that the profiles of both technologies will be kept separate. An overclocker working for MSI Toppc confirmed that this is possible. SPD (Serial Presence Detect) profiles have different bytes and blocks, meaning they can be stored in a module without affecting other settings.

Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO allow memory vendors to offer user-defined profiles based on usage patterns. Users can choose the low-latency profile that has proven to have a positive impact on gaming performance, or stick with the default memory setting, which provides stable configuration for everyday tasks. So the choice is entirely up to the user and this is good news.

RAM manufacturers announced XMP 3.0 and EXPO supported modules. However, we have not seen any information about two separate profile options from any of them so far.

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