EVGA X570 Dark is a high-quality motherboard specially tailored for extreme overclocking enthusiasts. We don’t doubt that engineers have made some optimizations for memory overclocking. This is not to discredit AMD Ryzen 5000G (Cezanne) The processor has become the favorite toy of overclockers.
Lucido lets Ryzen 3 5300G run at 5.5 GHz with a FCLK of 2,433 MHz. The ratio to the memory clock is 1:1, which means that Ryzen 3 5300G can utilize DDR4-4866 memory without any delay penalty. Overclockers are not satisfied with sloppy timing. He has been shortening the time to 14-13-12-21 (1T).
Obviously, the EVGA X570 Dark motherboard can handle high FCLK, but in the end, your mileage will vary, depending on the IMC of your APU. Another overclocker, Aaron Bakaitis, claimed that he increased his FCLK to 2,550 MHz or DDR4-5100 without breaking the 1:1 ratio.
really good Ryzen 5000 (Vermeer) The samples usually peak at 2,000 MHz FCLK (DDR4-4000), so Ryzen 5000G’s 2,550 MHz (DDR4-5100) is a remarkable feat. Naturally, APUs benefit from fast memory, but they are also geared towards entry-level gamers, so it is unlikely that anyone will spend a lot of money on memory kits.
Lucido stated in his Facebook post that the EVGA X570 Dark motherboard is ready, hinting that it will arrive soon to compete with tbe The best Z590 overclocking motherboardThere is no news about pricing at this time. Given the previous price tag on the Dark motherboard, we wouldn’t be surprised if the price of X570 Dark is in the $500 range.