Question Ram speed for my motherboard

ticma90

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MOBA: 7370-A PRO
CPU : i7-8700K
RAM : 16gb DDR4
GPU : RTX 2060 SUPER 8gb

My motherboard supports DDR4 Memory, up to 4000+(OC) MHz. Is that meant combined for both ram sticks?
Or can I install Ripjaws 2x8GB 3600 or 3200 mhz?

with my current RAM in CPU-z, my NB Frequency (ram speed?) is 4100 MHZ. Is that already the limit for my MOBA? or will it work good with ripjaws? thanks for your help.
 
MOBA: 7370-A PRO
CPU : i7-8700K
RAM : 16gb DDR4
GPU : RTX 2060 SUPER 8gb

My motherboard supports DDR4 Memory, up to 4000+(OC) MHz. Is that meant combined for both ram sticks?
Or can I install Ripjaws 2x8GB 3600 or 3200 mhz?

with my current RAM in CPU-z, my NB Frequency (ram speed?) is 4100 MHZ. Is that already the limit for my MOBA? or will it work good with ripjaws? thanks for your help.
That's not how it works, speed(frequency) of RAM is same no matter how many sticks.
NB Frequency is not same as RAM frequency.
Yes, you can use any DDR4 up to 4000MHz
 
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ticma90

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thank you for reply. Where do I check my current ram speed then ?

Update: nevermind, i found it in task manager :). its only 2400. Thanks for all help.
 
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It's pretty obvious that having more gigabytes of memory (RAM) is good. But, your random access memory has another important characteristic: speed.

The speed of your RAM module is an expression of the baud rate. The faster the number, the faster your computer can save and retrieve data stored in RAM.

The formula for accurately estimating memory speed varies slightly depending on the version of DDR memory used by the computer. It is no longer just an expression of the clock speed of a processor, but a combination of hardware factors.
 

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