Yippee, a motherboard that’ll fit Corsair’s ridiculous 192GB DDR5 RAM kit

Asus recently hit us with its newest high-end motherboard offering, and it’s a doozy. The ROG Strix X670-E is an enthusiast-grade AM5 mobo that’ll not only let you overclock your Ryzen 7000 series CPU, but also comes with support for a frankly obnoxious 192GB DDR5 RAM capacity.

Word started to spread a few hours ago of the new motherboard’s capacity over on the ROG forums (opens in new tab) (via Videocardz (opens in new tab)), where user [email protected] posted some benchmarks to prove it. As part of the company’s Tech Marketing team Raja has had a chance to test out the motherboard’s four DIMM slots with some DDR5-2600 RAM, with a combined capacity of 192GB (4x48GB). It looks like Asus has now updated the product page (opens in new tab) to match this capability, and promises up to DDR5-6400+ overclocking potential.

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