Question Can I really make my ram running with 4000Mhz on Aorus B550 Elite?

Belugamer

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Hey!

I was planning to build a PC with a combination of Ryzen 5600X with Aorus B550 Elite along with Klevv Bolt XR 4000Mhz

The specification of the motherboard includes this
Support for DDR4 4400(O.C.) / 4000(O.C.) / 3600(O.C.) / 3333(O.C.) /3200/2933/2667/2400/2133 MHz memory modules

My question is that can the motherboard actually capable of running the ram on 4000Mhz without any trouble?
or in the end, I can't run my ram at its full capability by only running locked at 3200mhz...?

Please help I'm really confused because I can't decide whether I should get 4000mhz ram or 32000mhz ram

p.s I got 4000mhz memory on a good price deal, so I don't think it's overpriced or overkill
 

Belugamer

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Damn that ram looks clean.
4000mhz should be easily achievable with that board and cpu.
Worst case scenario,it runs at 3933 or 3600mhz
Haha i know right :) it's a cool ram for my non rgb pc

Can i at least run 3600mhz for years without downclocking it again? Or i can only achieve 3600mhz on special ocassion when i wanted to?
 
Haha i know right :) it's a cool ram for my non rgb pc

Can i at least run 3600mhz for years without downclocking it again? Or i can only achieve 3600mhz on special ocassion when i wanted to?
3600Mhz is easily achievable on a Ryzen 3000 series. So with a 5600X and that board you will be able to run at 3600MHz without any issues. 4000MHz no idea. For that you will have to set everything manually. The timing etc to achieve that speed. I doubt the XMP will stick at 4000MHz but it should at 3600MHz.
 

Zerk2012

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Hey!

I was planning to build a PC with a combination of Ryzen 5600X with Aorus B550 Elite along with Klevv Bolt XR 4000Mhz

The specification of the motherboard includes this
Support for DDR4 4400(O.C.) / 4000(O.C.) / 3600(O.C.) / 3333(O.C.) /3200/2933/2667/2400/2133 MHz memory modules

My question is that can the motherboard actually capable of running the ram on 4000Mhz without any trouble?
or in the end, I can't run my ram at its full capability by only running locked at 3200mhz...?

Please help I'm really confused because I can't decide whether I should get 4000mhz ram or 32000mhz ram

p.s I got 4000mhz memory on a good price deal, so I don't think it's overpriced or overkill
The memory is not on the support list and 19 cas is fairly poor. 3600 with 16 cas would be better.
 
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