Support for 192 GB RAM on AMD cards coming soon


Recently, MSI, Gigabyte, ASRock then Asus announced the support of 24/48 GB memory modules on their motherboards. Well, not on all of them since only the models with Intel 600 series and 700 series chipsets were concerned. Since then, tests were conducted on a Strix B650E Gaming WiFi but without success… Until today when the Asus team released a small teaser of this type of support on an AMD card!

AMD motherboards will soon be able to support 192GB of DDR5!

Asus support 192 Go AMDVia the asus ROG forum, you can check out a very interesting screenshot posted by Raja@ASUS. On it, we can see that a Strix X670E-E Gaming WiFi can handle 192 GB of DDR5 clocked at 5200 MT/s. Behind it, this means that all four memory slots are occupied by a 48 GB RAM stick.

Unlike the last test of MEGAsizeGPU the Asus team has the latest Agesa code from AMD. This is what allowed the configuration to boot on Windows, something impossible until now.

However, if things are on track, there are still some adjustments to be made by the Asus team. The support of these capacities in memory should arrive soon. Moreover, it is likely that you will have to update your motherboard bios.