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GIGABYTE 600 and 700 motherboards support up to 192 GB of DDR5

GIGABYTE has confirmed that its LGA1700 socket motherboards with 600 and 700 series chipsets, which support Intel Alder Lake-S and Raptor Lake-S processors, are compatible with 24 GB and 48 GB DDR5 memory modules, that is, with high-density memory modules. This means that they support a huge amount of RAM memory, and that in those models that have four DIMM slots we can install a maximum of 192GB of DDR5.

If what worries you is speed, you can rest easy, since these motherboards also support configurations of up to 48 GB of RAM memory in two modules of 24 GB each (dual channel) at a maximum speed of 7 GHz with CL40 latencies, and are compatible with Intel XMP and AMD EXPO profiles, which means complete support and total flexibility.

For a normal user who uses his computer to play, having 16 GB of RAM is enough to ensure a good experience, although having 32 GB is starting to be recommended to guarantee good performance in any situation, and with any game, especially long term. With this in mind, you may be wondering what sense does it make then to mount 48 GB of RAM or even 192 GB of RAM.

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The answer is very simple, it makes sense in those cases in which users use their computer not only to play, but also to work, because there are tasks and applications that have a huge consumption of RAM memory and that, in the end, can consume more than 100 GB of RAM when we work with especially complex projects. Autodesk 3Ds Max is one such application.and an excellent example of what I just told you.

By offering a memory density of up to 192 GB of DDR5 on its motherboards, GIGABYTE reinforces the value of its platform as a more versatile and flexible solution, capable of giving its best both in the hands of users who just want to enjoy their favorite games as those who want to shape a team to work and play with all the guarantees, even with very demanding applications.

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