[SOLVED] Will Ryzen 7 3700x be compatible with this ram?

cdrkf

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I just bought this ram: https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram/p/N82E16820232299?Item=N82E16820232299 and I discovered that this is considered to be a Hynix M-die. Doing a little research yields various reddit posts about how little compatible this type of ram is with Ryzen (albeit older gen). Will the ram run at its advertised clock speed and timings with an ASUS TUF gaming x570-plus motherboard?
It should work ok imo. A lot of the reported issues with Ryzen ram compatibility stem back to the launch of first gen Ryzen and motherboards- and much of that has been resolved through bios updates. It's also typically more of an issue with much higher frequency ram than that- 3200 is pretty standard these days

My experience is with a first gen Ryzen 1600- I have 16gb of Crucial 2600 memory based on Hyinx modules (not sure which revision). Those run fine at the XMP setting and I actually got them stable at 2933 with a bit of tweaking.
 

cdrkf

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I just bought this ram: https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram/p/N82E16820232299?Item=N82E16820232299 and I discovered that this is considered to be a Hynix M-die. Doing a little research yields various reddit posts about how little compatible this type of ram is with Ryzen (albeit older gen). Will the ram run at its advertised clock speed and timings with an ASUS TUF gaming x570-plus motherboard?
It should work ok imo. A lot of the reported issues with Ryzen ram compatibility stem back to the launch of first gen Ryzen and motherboards- and much of that has been resolved through bios updates. It's also typically more of an issue with much higher frequency ram than that- 3200 is pretty standard these days

My experience is with a first gen Ryzen 1600- I have 16gb of Crucial 2600 memory based on Hyinx modules (not sure which revision). Those run fine at the XMP setting and I actually got them stable at 2933 with a bit of tweaking.
 

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