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Old 05-15-2017, 01:34 PM
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Default Compatibility concern?

CMK16GX4M1B3000C15 is not on the list for Asrock AB350M.(for Ryzen CPU)

Does that imply it will not work at its designated frequency? Or work at all?

Also, it says in the MBO description that it has DDR4 dual channel memory, does that mean that a single RAM stick will work, or you have to buy CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 instead?

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Neither kit is listed on the Ryzen compatibility thread: AMD Ryzen DDR4 Compatibility.

It's best to purchase one kit that meets your needs and that has been validated to work with an AMD Ryzen setup.
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Technobeard, this list is not guaranteed, that memory will work at max tested freq. So using stock value (2133 or 2400) you will have poor system speed, coz ryzen performance is highly depends from memory clocks. At least till new mai-AGESA (I hope so) will revealed. Anyway, to get max from AM4, better to buy memory, that approved and tested with ryzen.

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Neither kit is listed on the Ryzen compatibility thread: AMD Ryzen DDR4 Compatibility.

It's best to purchase one kit that meets your needs and that has been validated to work with an AMD Ryzen setup.
So, there is no 2*16GB 3000GHz on that list...
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Look in URL at the bottom, but 16Gb on each memory stick is the most worst choice. In links you will find users memory statistics with AM4 mobos. My advise is to sell this kit in case if new Agesa in mai will not improve situation.

http://rymem.vraith.com/basic/view_by_mobo
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...post_your_ram/
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