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DaemonWarrior44

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  1. But 200 chipset CPUs work with 100 chipset and viceversa... I hope new CPUs to support at least last generation chipset motherboards (200), otherwise I won't be able to upgrade further than to a 7700K.
  2. Is LGA1151 gonna last longer? I mean, is there any upcoming "lake" for this socket?
  3. @Windspeed36 and don't misinterprete me, I appreciate any kind of information provided, but was it necessary to change my "best answer"?
  4. Are you allowed to choose a "best answer" for other people's posts? Really? I mean, I've already chose one, why did you changed it? Also, according to @GoodBytes, this post is closed.
  5. But according to Gigabyte's website, 2400MHz isn't OC, do I have to turn XMP profile on anyway if I wanna hit that frequency?
  6. Nope, I thought XMP profile was for OC and 2400MHz isn't OC. Motherboard: http://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-Z270-HD3-rev-10#kf I know, but my base clock is at 2133MHz, shouldn't it be at 2400MHz?
  7. And before you ask, the G4560 is just for now (until I can afford an unlocked CPU)...
  8. Why is my 3000MHz DDR4 RAM's base clock just 2133MHz? I have a Z270 and a G4560, shouldn't it be 2400MHz?
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