ASUS will release new firmware for its motherboards based on Intel 600 and 700 series chipsets, which will add support for DDR5 memory modules with a capacity of 24 and 48 GB, allowing the installation of up to 192 GB of RAM according to plans.
The manufacturer said that its ROG Maximus, ROG Strix, ProArt, TUF Gaming and Prime series motherboards will be able to work with 24GB and 48GB DDR5 memory modules and will support them or support them soon , including the latest Corsair Vengeance DDR5 memory kits totaling 48GB (2 × 24GB) at 7000 MT/s recently reported.
ASUS claims to have tested Corsair’s specified 24GB DDR5-7000 RAM modules and confirmed their compatibility with all motherboards based on Intel 600 and 700 series chipsets.
Below is a list of board models with the Intel Z790 chipset, for which the company has already released the latest BIOS versions with support for new custom-sized RAM modules.
In the near future, the manufacturer will release firmware for boards with Intel B760, H770 chipsets, as well as for models based on Intel 600 series chipsets.