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I have  a 32gb kit (CMK32GX4M2B3200C16) 2x16gb at 3200mhz from corsair. It runs at 3200mhz with xmp on. If I buy the same kit to upgrade to 64gb, will they be able to run at 3200mhz on 4 sticks?

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Just now, Borgus Bohr said:

If I buy the same kit to upgrade to 64gb, will they be able to run at 3200mhz on 4 sticks?

You should be able to do that. I've done it before with DDR3 with 2x8GB kits purchased at different times to make 4x8GB total. 

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what cpu?

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Just now, Borgus Bohr said:

5900x with x570 Tomahawk wifi

you are good to go!

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5900x with x570 Tomahawk wifi

you are good to go!

if it was useful give it a like :) btw if your into linux pay a visit here  and i will be thankful if you send me an opinion here  

 

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I bought 2 separate single ram sticks and it works just fine on my pc. I believe that it's the mobo that's dual channel. You just have to make sure that the speed, timings and volts are the same.

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