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kish

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I was inspired by hardware canucks youtube video about an itx build with ryzen 2400g on b350 with team dark pro 3200mhz 2x8gb cl14.
Now Im building a pretty similar one but with 3400g on b450m mortar MAX with same ram/cl16.
I don't know much about ram/ first build. So is there a reason why this ram should not work?
Msi compatibility list is confusing and covers only a few.
 
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moocow

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Any RAM listed on the QVL list means they are tested and more or less guarantee to work. On the board's specific webpage, go read the list under RX-3X00G tab and you will see a list of RAM tested with 3x00g CPU family. It doesn't look like that 3200 2x8GB was tested by MSI but I'm sure it will work fine.
 

Bond007

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As moocow said, it hasn’t been tested to guarantee 100% functionality. That being said, most people don’t ever look at that list, and memory usually just works.
 

kish

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Thanks, that's a little bit reassuring. Where I'm from (Bangladesh), choice of ram is very limited, customer service is crap and returning sold goods is great hassle.
Keeping my fingers crossed. :)
 

gingerbee

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um from what I was told The QVL list only means that the ram was tested to boot at stock speeds of 2133 none test for the DOCP/XMP setting at all. All that being said you should be fine

( 2 motherboard companies/ 3 different ram companies) Ram companies test for DOCP/XMP profiles
 

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