ASUS BIOS update adds support for up to 192GB DDR5 memory

This week, ASUS announced the release of a new BIOS update for its Intel 700 or 600 series motherboard from the ROG Maximus, ROG Strix, ProArt, TUF Gaming, or Prime lines, adding support for up to 192GB of DDR5 memory and support for the new Corsair Vengeance DDR5 48GB modules. (2 x 24 GB) 7000 MT/s.

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“When builders purchase Intel 700 or 600 series motherboards from the ROG Maximus, ROG Strix, ProArt, TUF Gaming, or Prime product lines, they often have a choice between choosing the latest generation of lowcost DDR4 memory support, or planning for the future with a DDR5 model. . As the DDR5 RAM market matures, it has become difficult for enthusiasts to ignore the performance potential of next generation memory. With this latest BIOS update, ASUS motherboards with DDR5 support will be a great choice. The entire range of ASUS 700 and 600 series motherboards now supports the latest 24GB and 48GB DDR5 memory modules.”

“ASUS has conducted rigorous testing on future Corsair 2 x 24GB memory kits to confirm that the entire lineup of motherboards can support up to 48GB of DDR5 RAM at 7000MT/s. Whether users prefer the cuttingedge Z790 motherboard, ready for maximum overclocking, or the featurepacked yet walletfriendly option of the B760, they will be able to pair it with a DDR5 memory kit that offers an unrivaled combination of capacity and sheer speed.”

“Video editors, architects, product designers, 3D modelers, Twitch streamers, engineers, data scientists, and more regularly run memorysensitive workloads. These professionals and creators, not to mention those who multitask daily, are following the evolving DDR5 memory market with interest. The nextgeneration memory kits offer better scaling for today’s high core count processors, significant bandwidth increases, and welcome performance improvements, all without a significant impact on overall system latency.”

To download the ASUS BIOS update for your motherboard model, visit the ASUS official website by clicking the link below.

Source: ASUS

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