ASUS today announced BIOS updates for its Intel 700 and 600 series motherboards in partnership with Corsair, adding support for up to 192 GB of DDR5 memory and support for the new Corsair VengeanceDDR5 48 GB (2 x 24 GB) 7000 MT/s modules. The entire selection of ASUS 700 and 600 series motherboards now supports the latest 24 and 48 GB DDR5 memory modules.
ASUS has tested upcoming 2 x 24 GB memory kits made by Corsair to confirm that the full motherboard lineup can support up to 48 GB of DDR5 RAM at 7000 MT/s. Whether users prefer a cutting-edge Z790 motherboard ready for supreme overclocking or a feature-rich yet wallet-friendly B760 option, they will be able to pair it with a DDR5 memory kit that offers an unbeatable blend of capacity and raw speed.
Upcoming DDR5 memory modules from manufacturers like Corsair stand out for just how much memory capacity they offer at dazzling data transfer rates. DDR5-7000 kits are currently available, but they cap out at 16 GB per module. The new Corsair Vengeance 48 GB (2 x 24 GB) DDR5-7000 memory modules let users get up to 48 GB of DDR5 RAM running at 7000 MT/s. That is a tempting proposition for anyone who needs a lot of high-speed memory. For those who prefer even more RAM, upcoming kits like Corsair Vengeance 192 GB (4 x 48 GB) DDR5 will offer a speedy 5600 MT/s data rate.
Below is a table showing the ASUS Z790 motherboards that will be compatible with the new DDR5 memory modules once the latest BIOS update is installed. Updates for ASUS B760, H770 and 600 series motherboards are planned to follow soon.