Question Could someone please tell me some good RAM that's compatible with this motherboard and processor?

I'm looking for some DDR4 16GB RAM that's compatible with the PRIME H370M-PLUS CSM, I was looking myself and it says it has DDR4 2666/2400/2133 support and I don't want to buy the wrong thing on accident, I usually get my parts from the computer place but I'm looking to get this part off of Amazon so could somebody tell me how I know which RAM is compatible or give me some suggestions? Thanks.
If you want to be super duper sure, go to the motherboard manufacturers site and take a look at the memory QVL list. Those are the certified and tested models that will work.
 

poodude28

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Just because it's not on the qvl doesn't mean it won't work.

But my question is why locked intel, and why locked intel from 2ish years ago?
Because I don't want to spend a ton of money and I'm still using an 8 year old processor and RAM. This is already going to be a massive upgrade. I'm upgrading from an i5 3470 and some DDR3 RAM from ages ago. What I'm going for is a great "budget" option. I'm paying a lot of money already, I was only going to get an i5 9400 but I decided to go for the i7 so. I really just want to make sure the RAM I'm going to be getting is compatible before I end up wasting it :).
 

poodude28

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10th gen probably makes much more sense price wise.
I've already had the motherboard since Christmas, so I have to take the 9th gen approach. More than happy with what I'm going with though, I was just hoping to get a few more answers on the RAM department so I could be certain it would all work together.
 

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The motherboard Memory QVL does not list these sticks but 99.9% chance is that they will work fine. Refer to the QVL list from the motherboard site for more information. Go into the support tab -> Memory -> DRAM QVL
 

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The motherboard Memory QVL does not list these sticks but 99.9% chance is that they will work fine. Refer to the QVL list from the motherboard site for more information. Go into the support tab -> Memory -> DRAM QVL
Wish I could get a 100% for sure answer before I waste my money.
 

Tioym

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Wish I could get a 100% for sure answer before I waste my money.
the only 100% sure answer to this is we wont know until we try but 99.9% of the time it works, I am also currently using sticks not the QVL list for my motherboard. Chances you'll find someone using that motherboard with that RAM answering your question are next to none
 

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