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Does this motherboard support this memory?

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Bought a ryzen 5 1600 with a asrock ab350m

just wondering if this memory will work.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820220976

 

i did already buy it, but bought it late friday so i can cancel the order through newegg. 

I looked on the motherboard website and it said it supported it, just not the frequency.

i'm not exactly sure, so i came here to ask. may have jumped at it a little because of the black friday deals, within an hour of buying the memory it sold out. so I was lucky. Amazing price.

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Yes

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Just now, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

Yes

will i be able to run the memory at 3000 or would i have to lower it for it to be supported?

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Just now, Un1verses said:

will i be able to run the memory at 3000 or would i have to lower it for it to be supported?

Yes you should be able to. 

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1 minute ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

Yes you should be able to. 

alright, thanks for the reply. the motherboard website while very detailed is also very vague at the same time, appreciate it!

 

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It will run at a lower speed by default but just go into BIOS and enable XMP (or the AMD equal which I forget right now) and it will run at 3000Mhz just fine.

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Just now, Lurick said:

It will run at a lower speed by default but just go into BIOS and enable XMP (or the AMD equal which I forget right now) and it will run at 3000Mhz just fine.

I'm pretty sure most oc'd memory runs at a lower speed until done manually through the bios, either that or the bios tones it down for compatibility for the moment. but i know what you're talking about so thanks for the reply!

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