Question I can't use 3200 ram on h110m board

Feb 16, 2021
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Hi my computer spec is
Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2V
i3-6100
and I installed a new ram. It's Samsung DDR4 8GB 320)MHz.
but it cannot be detected. so I installed another 2133MHz ram to this computer than that works well.
And one more strange thing. I installed both 2133 and 3200. Than it detected well. What's the matter?
I want to use my new 3200. Help me
 

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2133 is maximum speed that motherboard + 6th gen Intel is able to run, 2400 with 7th gen. 3200 ram should still work though at base speed of 2133.

Why 3200 stick doesn't work on it's own could be compatibility issue with the motherboard and when running the 2133 ram along with it (in A2 slot?) allows functionality but 3200 stick could very well be put into hardware reserved (non functional) memory.

Mixing ram is a crapshoot to begin with anyway. Id return the 3200 and get a pair of 2133 ram.
 
Feb 16, 2021
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2133 is maximum speed that motherboard + 6th gen Intel is able to run, 2400 with 7th gen. 3200 ram should still work though at base speed of 2133.

Why 3200 stick doesn't work on it's own could be compatibility issue with the motherboard and when running the 2133 ram along with it (in A2 slot?) allows functionality but 3200 stick could very well be put into hardware reserved (non functional) memory.

Mixing ram is a crapshoot to begin with anyway. Id return the 3200 and get a pair of 2133 ram.
Uh...than I can't use my 3200 to this board..?
Damn.....
 

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