Because all of the AMD motherboard makers also make Intel motherboards, they have access to Intel's proprietary XMP profiles that come installed in most computer RAM. As such, the tricky (scary for beginners) process of entering confusing-sounding timings and voltages manually in the UEFI BIOS doesn’t need to happen.
Here’s a screenshot from the Gigabyte Aorus GA-AX370-Gaming 5 AMD Ryzen AM4 motherboard’s BIOS.
No idea what we’re talking about? Here’s what you need to know about the most basic way to set up new computer memory (so that it runs at advertised speeds) once you’ve installed it in your computer.
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