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Its not a typo. RAM can only run at 2400 speed unless your cpu is capable of handling overclocked RAM. Which 3200 speed RAM is indeed, factory-overclocked. When you install the RAM, you need to enable the XMP RAM feature in the bios in order to run at 3200. Otherwise, it will run at 2400 like normal RAM. So before pur… see more Its not a typo. RAM can only run at 2400 speed unless your cpu is capable of handling overclocked RAM. Which 3200 speed RAM is indeed, factory-overclocked. When you install the RAM, you need to enable the XMP RAM feature in the bios in order to run at 3200. Otherwise, it will run at 2400 like normal RAM. So before purchasing this, you need to make sure that your motherboard will support 3200 RAM (which means that you will have the option to enable XMP in the bios) and of course, that your CPU can too. see less Its not a typo. RAM can only run at 2400 speed unless your cpu is capable of handling overclocked RAM. Which 3200 speed RAM is indeed, factory-overclocked. When you install the RAM, you need to enable the XMP RAM feature in the bios in order to run at 3200. Otherwise, it will run at 2400 like normal RAM. So before purchasing this, you need to make sure that your motherboard will support 3200 RAM (which means that you will have the option to enable XMP in the bios) and of course, that your CPU can too.
Darkbard
· December 15, 2016
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No, you have to put them in the RAM slots the am4 socket is for CPU's :)
Bill S. Pierpont
· October 14, 2020
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I have the same motherboard. asus ROG strix motherboard b350-f right?
I recently had downloaded the most recent bios to be released for the motherboard and when my ddr4 3600mhz cl18 2x16gb (32gb total) showed up only 18 hours after I clicked place order btw, i turned off pc, cleared CMOS, took out my old ram after unp… see more
I have the same motherboard. asus ROG strix motherboard b350-f right?
I recently had downloaded the most recent bios to be released for the motherboard and when my ddr4 3600mhz cl18 2x16gb (32gb total) showed up only 18 hours after I clicked place order btw, i turned off pc, cleared CMOS, took out my old ram after unplugging the pc's power unit and waiting 30 seconds, then put in the new sticks. Only two dims, dual channel (cause that is the best) and it worked out of the box, just setting the docp profile to be selected..
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I use a 3800XT on my b350-f mobo, and again it has the MOST RECENT BIOS FLASH. So i am not sure that FIRST GEN Ryzen is going to cut it. on my 1700, on this same motherboard i could NEVER get above 3000mhz and that was with a lot of custom fiddling
so yes it works with at least the 3800xt ryzen chip, which is the same socket as the first gen of ryzen, so just update via secondhand or FB marketplace and buy a 3800xt
(why the XT variant? Good Question, well that 3800XT is the only variant of desktop cpu's that have the name sake of the 3000 series chips, but actually has an architecture MUCH closer to the 5000.
Mine boost as high as 4.95ghz. first time ive seen a ryzen cpu report a core hitting that close to 5ghz
the 3000 series chips will not boost that high... no matter what see less
I have the same motherboard. asus ROG strix motherboard b350-f right?
I recently had downloaded the most recent bios to be released for the motherboard and when my ddr4 3600mhz cl18 2x16gb (32gb total) showed up only 18 hours after I clicked place order btw, i turned off pc, cleared CMOS, took out my old ram after unplugging the pc's power unit and waiting 30 seconds, then put in the new sticks. Only two dims, dual channel (cause that is the best) and it worked out of the box, just setting the docp profile to be selected..
BUT
I use a 3800XT on my b350-f mobo, and again it has the MOST RECENT BIOS FLASH. So i am not sure that FIRST GEN Ryzen is going to cut it. on my 1700, on this same motherboard i could NEVER get above 3000mhz and that was with a lot of custom fiddling
so yes it works with at least the 3800xt ryzen chip, which is the same socket as the first gen of ryzen, so just update via secondhand or FB marketplace and buy a 3800xt
(why the XT variant? Good Question, well that 3800XT is the only variant of desktop cpu's that have the name sake of the 3000 series chips, but actually has an architecture MUCH closer to the 5000.
Mine boost as high as 4.95ghz. first time ive seen a ryzen cpu report a core hitting that close to 5ghz
the 3000 series chips will not boost that high... no matter what

actuallywill
· August 6, 2022
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You can mix speeds, but it's not recommended. As another said the system will try to run your memory at the speed of the slowest RAM.

Yes you can change BIOS setting to make both RAM kits set to the same timings, and that usually means setting the tertiary timings as well, to make them the same, so they are matched… see more
You can mix speeds, but it's not recommended. As another said the system will try to run your memory at the speed of the slowest RAM.

Yes you can change BIOS setting to make both RAM kits set to the same timings, and that usually means setting the tertiary timings as well, to make them the same, so they are matched identically. Of course both kits have to accept those timings. This is probably the best method when mixing kits. So, set the slowest kit first to where it's stable, and that means also running memory tests, then add the second kit and match the timings. And yes this means you're making them identical in BIOS. The CPU and MB also play a factor in all this, and to me it sounds like you're making this a system with 4 sticks. If you're getting the CPU at the border of its capability with 3600 memory (too much for Zen, Zen+, borderline for Zen2, Zen 3) you'll probably have to boost the memory controller voltage a tiny bit, and watch some video, look at what's suggested when trying to run 4 sticks at such a high speed. see less
You can mix speeds, but it's not recommended. As another said the system will try to run your memory at the speed of the slowest RAM.

Yes you can change BIOS setting to make both RAM kits set to the same timings, and that usually means setting the tertiary timings as well, to make them the same, so they are matched identically. Of course both kits have to accept those timings. This is probably the best method when mixing kits. So, set the slowest kit first to where it's stable, and that means also running memory tests, then add the second kit and match the timings. And yes this means you're making them identical in BIOS. The CPU and MB also play a factor in all this, and to me it sounds like you're making this a system with 4 sticks. If you're getting the CPU at the border of its capability with 3600 memory (too much for Zen, Zen+, borderline for Zen2, Zen 3) you'll probably have to boost the memory controller voltage a tiny bit, and watch some video, look at what's suggested when trying to run 4 sticks at such a high speed.

D. Barker
· March 20, 2022
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I was able to overclock these up to 3200 MHz and run windows and games BUT it’s not very stable, many errors, but I was able to overclock stably at 2933mhz at 1.39v , was afraid to turn the voltage any higher and burn them out.
M. Bradbury
· December 21, 2018
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That motherboard works with up to 4000mhz ddr4, so without any problem these modules should work since they work at 3600mhz
Roberto David Bulnes Valle
· February 10, 2020
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It should work with any issues, just remember to update your bios and activate D.O.C.P
S. Pajon
· August 7, 2021
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If you already have the computer, your first step is to see if you have open slots to add the memory. If you do not, you'll have to replace your old memory with the new and get rid of the old rather than simply add the new. You'll need 2 open slots. If Ibuypower was cheap and only gave you one DDR4 memory stick, just … see more If you already have the computer, your first step is to see if you have open slots to add the memory. If you do not, you'll have to replace your old memory with the new and get rid of the old rather than simply add the new. You'll need 2 open slots. If Ibuypower was cheap and only gave you one DDR4 memory stick, just buy 1 more of the exact same kind.

Generally speaking Corsair Vengeance memory is very well accepted and compatible. Memory compatibility has to do with the motherboard. I can't find the specs for the ibuypower I-series R105in27. IbuyPower can be customized as well so it would only be a guess.

Find out what motherboard you have. Then go to your motherboard's web page (not I buy power) and search for memory compatibility. General approval will be if they support this speed. "DDR4 3600 / PC4-28800" but they will also have a list of all memory they actually support. Find the list and scroll through it to find this memory. That will give you the best results. see less
If you already have the computer, your first step is to see if you have open slots to add the memory. If you do not, you'll have to replace your old memory with the new and get rid of the old rather than simply add the new. You'll need 2 open slots. If Ibuypower was cheap and only gave you one DDR4 memory stick, just buy 1 more of the exact same kind.

Generally speaking Corsair Vengeance memory is very well accepted and compatible. Memory compatibility has to do with the motherboard. I can't find the specs for the ibuypower I-series R105in27. IbuyPower can be customized as well so it would only be a guess.

Find out what motherboard you have. Then go to your motherboard's web page (not I buy power) and search for memory compatibility. General approval will be if they support this speed. "DDR4 3600 / PC4-28800" but they will also have a list of all memory they actually support. Find the list and scroll through it to find this memory. That will give you the best results.

Raum
· September 30, 2020
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Correct, no ECC and not buffered.
Torin
· May 18, 2022
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Check with on the motherboard website for compatibility, otherwise anything r5 3600 and up will support up to 128gb ram
Calvin
· June 8, 2020