[SOLVED] Which RAM for H510 mobo and i3-10100F ?

magzzy124

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I am planning to buy a combo that's already mentioned.
I have an option of buying 3200 and 2666 RAM, I know that this combination does not support anything above 2666.
But 3200 is cheaper where I live, will there be any problems if I buy a 3200 kit?
 
I am planning to buy a combo that's already mentioned.
I have an option of buying 3200 and 2666 RAM, I know that this combination does not support anything above 2666.
But 3200 is cheaper where I live, will there be any problems if I buy a 3200 kit?
it would be best for you to use B560M board instead. i3 + B560M + 3200-3600mhz ram is pretty much beneficial. 3600mhz ram only priced a little different to 3200mhz ones. I prefer getting a 3600mhz kit Patriot Viper Blackout or Steel (the CL17 ones should be cheap) and Klevv Bolt XR.
 

magzzy124

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it would be best for you to use B560M board instead. i3 + B560M + 3200-3600mhz ram is pretty much beneficial. 3600mhz ram only priced a little different to 3200mhz ones. I prefer getting a 3600mhz kit Patriot Viper Blackout or Steel (the CL17 ones should be cheap) and Klevv Bolt XR.
I am not planning on upgrading my cpu, I just want this to be a 1 time system, will the decreased memory speed make too much of a difference?
 
I am not planning on upgrading my cpu, I just want this to be a 1 time system, will the decreased memory speed make too much of a difference?
If the price difference is little, why not XD. A B560 motherboard is better than H510, and with you're planning on 1 time system, i personally would go cheap but good one. A 2 slot B560M Motherboard should be enough, and getting the kit's i tell you above it's pretty better. Making a good one 1 time system better is ok rather than locking it up at 3200 Jedec speed, free performance increase for better price is not that bad XD
 

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