For anybody not a secret that AMD Ryzen, like their predecessors for the platform AM3+ and FM2+ are inferior to Intel Core support modules and kits of memory with high frequency. The difference is particularly noticeable during acceleration. Recently by the efforts of Taiwanese overclocker Toppc (supported by MSI) memory G. Skill Trident Z DDR4 RGB reached 2750 MHz, which corresponds to the mode DDR4-5500. At the same time, a record for AMD — DDR3-3901 — held since November 2012. To improve the result (although using modules of RAM DDR4) has been little known in the world of extreme overclocking Australian Newlife. Using a single 4-GB memory module G. Skill Trident Z DDR4 “E-Die”, the motherboard is the Gigabyte Aorus GA-AX370-Gaming-K7 processor and AMD Ryzen 5 1400, enthusiast from Australia was able to achieve short-term increases in the frequency of the RAM to 2039,6 MHz (effective 4079,2 MHz).