[SOLVED] 3600mhz on 3200g

Aug 16, 2020
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just found out that the 3200g can only support ram speeds up to 2993 mhz, should i underclock it or just leave it at 3600 mhz? what will happen if i leave it?
 

Darkbreeze

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For CPUs that are not R5, R7 or R9, that motherboard supports up to 3466mhz memory modules. So run them at 3466mhz.

Enable the A-XMP profile, then manually change the memory speed to 3466mhz, then save settings and exit BIOS.

If you have problems then we will need to know the exact model of the memory kit you are trying to use with this motherboard. Not all memory is compatible with all motherboards, chipsets or CPUs. Or even when it IS compatible, it doesn't always play nice with them. Validated memory, especially on Ryzen platforms, from the QVL or the memory manufacturers compatibility lists is important once you get past about 2666mhz. Sometimes even below those speeds.
 
Aug 16, 2020
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It's about the board/chipset, not the CPU. Those speeds are ONLY what it supports NATIVELY, not what it actually supports via "OC" or "A-XMP/DOCP" based on the motherboard.

What motherboard do you have?
my mobo is the b450 a pro max, it doesn't support 3600mhz ram, should ui just underclock it?
 

Darkbreeze

Titan
Moderator
For CPUs that are not R5, R7 or R9, that motherboard supports up to 3466mhz memory modules. So run them at 3466mhz.

Enable the A-XMP profile, then manually change the memory speed to 3466mhz, then save settings and exit BIOS.

If you have problems then we will need to know the exact model of the memory kit you are trying to use with this motherboard. Not all memory is compatible with all motherboards, chipsets or CPUs. Or even when it IS compatible, it doesn't always play nice with them. Validated memory, especially on Ryzen platforms, from the QVL or the memory manufacturers compatibility lists is important once you get past about 2666mhz. Sometimes even below those speeds.
 
Aug 16, 2020
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For CPUs that are not R5, R7 or R9, that motherboard supports up to 3466mhz memory modules. So run them at 3466mhz.

Enable the A-XMP profile, then manually change the memory speed to 3466mhz, then save settings and exit BIOS.

If you have problems then we will need to know the exact model of the memory kit you are trying to use with this motherboard. Not all memory is compatible with all motherboards, chipsets or CPUs. Or even when it IS compatible, it doesn't always play nice with them. Validated memory, especially on Ryzen platforms, from the QVL or the memory manufacturers compatibility lists is important once you get past about 2666mhz. Sometimes even below those speeds.
aight, thanks m8
 

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