• AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU series is set to arrive on Nov. 5
  • AMD recently announced an AMD bundle for those who will purchase AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU series
  • Entitled buyers get a free “Far Cry 6” digital copy and some bonus in-game items

A recent leaked slide on AMD Ryzen 5000 has seemingly revealed that its processors can support faster memory. If the leak is anything to go by, a new standard was also revealed, DDR4-400, and it would enable gaming PCs to have faster memory. To appeal to consumers, AMD has also bundled a free copy of “Far Cry 6,” with the CPU, according to a new report.

The alleged slide was shared by the Turkish website Technopat and it mentioned the three key speeds of the AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU series that affect performance. These are the Memory Clock, the Infinity Fabric Speed and the Memory Controller Clock.

Moreover, the site claimed that these three speeds are typically set to match each other as determined by the RAM’s memory clock utilized in PC. Essentially, the DDR4-3600 would set the clocks to 1800 MHz while the DDR4-3800 would set the clocks to 1900 MHz. This means faster memory, which equates to a happier gaming PC.

Apart from this, the alleged AMD slide also reveals other evidence of the AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU series’ lead over the Intel Comet Lake series in terms of gaming performance. The leaked slide also claims that support for AMD 400-series boards will be available by Jan. 2021 through a BIOS update.

In other AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU series news, Techradar reported that those who purchase Ryzen 9 5950X, Ryzen 9 5900X or Ryzen 7 5800X would receive a free “Far Cry 6” digital copy. The report added that those who qualified would also get some bonus in-game items available when the game launches in 2021.

The free digital copy of “Far Cry 6” will also be available to those who purchased select current-generation CPUs. These include the Ryzen 9 3950X, Ryzen 9 3900XT and Ryzen 7 3800XT courtesy of the "Equipped to Win" promotion for the fourth quarter of 2020. Game codes must be redeemed not later than Jan. 2021 and would be available through Ubisoft’s Uplay launcher.

It is worth mentioning that the details revealed by the alleged leaked AMD slides are not yet confirmed. Fortunately, fans do not need to wait much longer since the Ryzen 9 5950X, Ryzen 9 5900X, Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 5 5600X are set to launch on Nov. 5.