Saw this blurb at Guru3d from a twitter post:
Yuri Bubliy, also known as from 1usmus from the Ryzen DRAM Calculator posted on his Twitter feed that upcoming processors will support memory at a speed of 5,000 MHz.
A few days ago more specs already leaked indicating that a 16-core version indeed is in the works for AMDs 7nm fabricated processor line. He states that Ryzen 3000 could be able to manage very fast DDR4 memory, even up-to 5000 MHz. While that is a super high (and expensive) DDR4 memory clock frequency, we do know that Ryzen always has preferred fast memory for a multitude of reasons.
Bubily mentions that the UClk, the controller's clock speed, is equal to half the module. A module of 5000 MT/s, therefore, has an effective clock speed of 2500 MHz, so the controller should, therefore, achieve a speed of 1250 MHz.