Intel pushes motherboard makers to drop DDR4 support from 700 series motherboards

It’s being reported that Intel wishes for its next generation 700 series motherboards to transition to DDR5 support only. 700 series boards will be released alongside 13th Gen Raptor Lake series processors, which is said to be happening in Q3 of this year.

TechPowerUp reports that Intel is pushing motherboard makers to drop support for DDR4 memory, even though Raptor Lake CPUs are expected to retain DDR4 support. If you don’t want to shell out big money for DDR5, thankfully Raptor Lake is expected to be compatible with existing 600 series motherboards with DDR4 or DDR5 support. That’s particularly useful for owners of high end DDR4 kits that lose very little, if anything in performance compared to higher latency DDR5 kits.

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