AMD has filed a patent for a program that automatically overclocks memory to make life easier for enthusiasts. The application can automatically test overclocked memory modules for stability and locally store memory overclocking profiles unique to a particular system.

Dynamic random access (DRAM) overclocking has been around for decades. Initially, companies such as Corsair chose memory ICs that could safely operate at high frequencies and / or low latencies. He then built modules that are guaranteed to work at certain frequencies, time intervals and voltages, but required these settings to be entered manually in the BIOS. To simplify things, Intel introduced its Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP) – settings stored in the module’s Serial Presence Chip (SPD) chip that can be activated on support platforms – in 2007 and almost all memory enthusiasts currently comes with XMP profiles.

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