good afternoon, do you believe that this current problem / limit of ddr5 is more related to Intel 12 gen processors that fail AND WILL NOT BE ABLE to work and not to "express" the maximum potential of these ddr5 RAMs (also given the moment in which they were designed, when ddr5 were practically only on paper), whether it is the ddr5 technology itself or you believe (individually taken without considering hardware around it) that it is too "immature" and that, therefore, we are the same ddr5 models, currently released on the market, not to be at the height yet ?? and, for the same reasoning, models of ddr5 that will come out later will also work well on Intel 12 gen processors, and there will be no need for future generations of processors (from Intel 13 gen onwards) to see the ddr5 working for the less better than the ddr4 with a noteworthy performance jump? What do you think is the most correct concept objectively speaking? If you are more in agreement with the first thing mentioned what improvement suggests that the next processors work better with ddr5 (cache, core, frequency etc ...) and how we can identify, based on these specifications in particular, a CPU intel 12 gen "better suited" to ddr5 (maybe it has more caches, for example). Same thing for ddr5 motherboards, what do you advise us to look at more with respect to compatibility and optimization that, perhaps (my guess), may vary from model to model, maybe the maximum supported frequencies, and even here you believe that the maximum supported frequency limit from all the cpu 12 gen (max 4800MHZ) represents a limit for a user who makes rendering, programming and uses heavy software (also in view of the future progress on ddr5)?