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    Posted: 02 Oct 2016 at 10:47pm
Hello.
I have a motherboard ASRock N68C-GS4 FX. I am wondering whether it will work the processor AMD FX-4320 and RAM Crucial CT102464BA160B.

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Originally posted by Ai7 Ai7 wrote:

Hello.
I have a motherboard ASRock N68C-GS4 FX. I am wondering whether it will work the processor AMD FX-4320 and RAM Crucial CT102464BA160B.

Thank you


The FX-4320 AM3+ processor is compatible with that mother board.

That Crucial memory, not sure if it will work or not.
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The fact is that a maximum of 16 GB of memory is listed in specifications in memory support list contains a maximum of 2 GB, you could not conduct test DDR3?
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Originally posted by Ai7 Ai7 wrote:

The fact is that a maximum of 16 GB of memory is listed in specifications in memory support list contains a maximum of 2 GB, you could not conduct test DDR3?


I do not work at the ASRock facility in Taipei, Taiwan, nor do I have your mother board. I live in the United States.

Any or all available DDR3 memory will not work with all mother boards and processors. 8GB memory is normally double sided, which your CPU may not support. AMD does not supply technical documents with that level of detail, so I cannot even check if in theory the memory might work.
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