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Mhz compatibility in memory on motherboard


benfree
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Hello everyone,

I want to replace motherboard + processor

Today I am with 32GB memories 1066Mhz

My question is whether they will fit into the board this

I know 1066 Mhz is not written here as supported, but does it really matter?

Thanks in advance

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Support for 4266 (OC) / 4133 (OC) / 4000 (OC) / 3866 (OC) / 3800 (OC) / 3733 (OC) / 3666 (OC) / 3600 (OC) / 3466 (OC) / 3400 (OC) / 3333 (OC) / 3300 (OC) / 3200 (OC) / 3000 (OC) / 2800 (OC) / 2666/2400/2133 MHz memory modules

 

 

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The software shows half of what is listed, so as they say it is 2133, make sure you name what you bought, in the software usually either the model is registered or you look at the memory.

Thanks so much, you are right

If so then it fits me to the board ..

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Neither did XMP in BIOS, wonderful :)

It is possible that since you purchased your memory computer, it runs at 2133 MHz instead of 3000 MHZ because they did not turn on a simple option in BIOS.

 

Well you told me, I turned this option on bios ..

Now I will also know how to do this in the next table ..

I now see 3000MHZ

Thanks again, you helped me👍

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