The effect of non-ferromagnetic Cr interlayer on the high-frequency ferromagnetic properties (HFFMPs) was investigated by use of FeCoTa/Cr/ FeCoTa triple layered films. In conventional thought, the metal interlayer gives rise to a high eddy current loss and therefore a deteriorated HFFMP. However, it is found that HFFMPs depend on the thickness of Cr interlayer. The HFFPMs are improved by Cr-interlayer with a thickness less than 12 nm (sample C1). Comparing with the Cr-interlayer-free FeCoHf single layered film (sample C0), the magnetic anisotropy field of C1 dramatically increases from 185 Oe for C0 to 558 Oe for C1. As a consequence, a high ferromagnetic resonance frequency over than 3 GHz is achieved for sample C1. When the thickness of Cr-interlayer is more than 120 nm (C2), the HFFMPs are reduced due to the increase of eddy current loss and magnetic decoupling between the ferromagnetic layers.