Question Is the crucial RAM CT2K4G4DFS6266 2 x 4gb dual module kit compatible with the Asus ROG Swift B450-F gaming motherboard

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Hi,
I am hoping to buy this RAM for my asus ROG swift B450-F motherboard and wanted to check if it is compatible first. I asked on the amazon UK if it was compatible and the response I got was no but with no explaination, so I was hoping to double check, and if it isn't compatible then I was hoping to understand a bit more on why it is not compatible.
The alternative I was looking at was a faster speed (3200Mhz) but single 8gb module, the crucial RAM CT8G4DFRA32A. Would this RAM module be compatible with the same motherboard?
Many thanks for your help,

Tom.

The UK amazon link for the Crucial RAM CT2K4G4DFS6266 (dual module): https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07P2F84BX?ref_=pe_780071_41837251_dpLink
The UK amazon link for the Crucial RAM CT8G4DFRA32A (single module) : https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08C4VHQV2?ref_=pe_780071_41837251_dpLink
 

Bob.B

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Hi,
I am hoping to buy this RAM for my asus ROG swift B450-F motherboard and wanted to check if it is compatible first. I asked on the amazon UK if it was compatible and the response I got was no but with no explaination, so I was hoping to double check, and if it isn't compatible then I was hoping to understand a bit more on why it is not compatible.
The alternative I was looking at was a faster speed (3200Mhz) but single 8gb module, the crucial RAM CT8G4DFRA32A. Would this RAM module be compatible with the same motherboard?
Many thanks for your help,

Tom.

The UK amazon link for the Crucial RAM CT2K4G4DFS6266 (dual module): https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07P2F84BX?ref_=pe_780071_41837251_dpLink
The UK amazon link for the Crucial RAM CT8G4DFRA32A (single module) : https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08C4VHQV2?ref_=pe_780071_41837251_dpLink
Just go to the crucial site and run the scanner.
It will show you what works.
Pick the size and speed you want.
 
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thepcgamer099

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RAM is dependent on two things: the motherboard and the CPU (the RAM controller is in the CPU). So it also depends on what CPU you are planning to use it with.
Planning on using the ryzen 5 2600 I reckon. The 2 x 4gb dual kit appeared under compatible kits for my motherboard on the crucial page so it should be compatible then?
 

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