6000 should be fine as long as its 2 Dimms. 4 Dimms, not so much.
most decent boards will do 6400mt-6600mt max stable at 4 dimm now, assuming the BIOS is up to date.
This is generally with manual tweaking, but XMP is sometimes doable at 6400.
15 hours ago, ja1ba6 said:
Does this value indicate the maximum amount of data the CPU can handle, or is there something else to consider?
6000mt (it is not mhz) ram is right in the middle for ram speeds, 8000mt ram is actually doable with your CPU given a good IMC bin and a well-binned ram kit, at 1 dimm per channel on high end boards.
The max memory bandwidth is the bandwidth at the maximum “officially supported” speed listed on the CPU’s Ark product page, XMP/overclocking are not officially supported nor are speeds for it listed on Intel’s product page. The CPU is capable of significantly higher real-world bandwidth.
5600 is the max speed it officially supports at JEDEC, 5.6x8x2 means your bandwidth works out to… 89.6