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Ryzen 2400g and 3200mhz ram

2 minutes ago, WestTexan said:

In the specifications of the 2400g it says it supports a maximum of 2933mhz ram.Will I be able to use my 3200mhz ram?

"Max supported" is just a suggestion, the 3200 is technically an overclock but certainly doable.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My PC is still being built and all I need to buy now is the motherboard.

I'm using a ryzen 2400g build and I just bought 2×4gb 3200mhz ram

 

In the specifications of the 2400g it says it supports a maximum of 2933mhz ram.Will I be able to use my 3200mhz ram?

 

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2 minutes ago, WestTexan said:

In the specifications of the 2400g it says it supports a maximum of 2933mhz ram.Will I be able to use my 3200mhz ram?

"Max supported" is just a suggestion, the 3200 is technically an overclock but certainly doable.


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5 hours ago, fasauceome said:

"Max supported" is just a suggestion, the 3200 is technically an overclock but certainly doable.

Thanks!

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Just bear in mind Intel XMP != Ryzen-platform, so unless your memory is rated to work with Ryzen, you'll have to manually find stable numbers.

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16 hours ago, gouca said:

Just bear in mind Intel XMP != Ryzen-platform, so unless your memory is rated to work with Ryzen, you'll have to manually find stable numbers.

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8 hours ago, WestTexan said:

So this means that my ram should be usable?

Usable, yes, but not at the rated speed with default settings, since the datasheet clearly states "Intel XMP" and you're on AMD.

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