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AB350M Pro4 with 4 sticks of RAM DDR4 3200MHz?

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Topic: AB350M Pro4 with 4 sticks of RAM DDR4 3200MHz?
Posted By: tch23987
Subject: AB350M Pro4 with 4 sticks of RAM DDR4 3200MHz?
Date Posted: 19 Oct 2018 at 2:23pm
" rel="nofollow - I plan to plug 4 sticks of RAM DDR4 3200 (Single rank) to AB350M Pro4
So I'd like to ask It is possible to make my PC run stable with RAM speed 3200 MHz?
Thank for any suggest.







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Posted By: xclamix
Date Posted: 20 Oct 2018 at 10:28am
I just got 4x4GB 3200mhz and can't make them werk in my X370 Pro 4, 2 of them in A2-B2 boot with no problem at 3200mhz yet all four only boot at 2800mhz, noticed some days ago was released a new BIOS update so I updated and now im sitting at comfy 2933mhz with my Ryzen 2600.


Posted By: tch23987
Date Posted: 26 Oct 2018 at 5:46pm
Thank you very much for your information


Posted By: PetrolHead
Date Posted: 27 Oct 2018 at 3:52am
The only way to know is to try it, especially since you didn't say which memory in particular you are thinking about. You might not be able to hit anywhere near 3200 MHz even with two sticks if you choose your memory poorly. However, assuming that 3200 MHz would be possible with two modules there's still a chance that with four sticks you'll have to settle for a lower speed, since having four sticks stresses the memory controller more than having two.


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Posted By: tch23987
Date Posted: 04 Dec 2018 at 6:23pm
Originally posted by PetrolHead PetrolHead wrote:

The only way to know is to try it, especially since you didn't say which memory in particular you are thinking about. You might not be able to hit anywhere near 3200 MHz even with two sticks if you choose your memory poorly. However, assuming that 3200 MHz would be possible with two modules there's still a chance that with four sticks you'll have to settle for a lower speed, since having four sticks stresses the memory controller more than having two.


Thank you for you answer.
I'm using Avexir Blitz 2x4Gb 3200MHz (Hynix M-die), I can get it run stable with speed 3200MHZ by change RAM voltage to 1.4v ( I think 1.365 is better but this main board can only support change value +-0.05V )




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