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F4-3200 C14D-16GFX compatible with Z370?

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  • F4-3200 C14D-16GFX compatible with Z370?

    I have the G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GFX DRAM installed in an AMD Ryzen X370/1700X system and it works as advertised. In fact, with the correct BIOS settings it runs well beyond the rated 3200-14.

    I'm curious, the above memory says it is specifically for the Ryzen world and I'm planning on building a system with the Intel Z370/8700K configuration. Will the DRAM work on an Intel Z370 platform? What issues will I encounter? Is it the XMP settings or what that makes is designed for only the Ryzen CPU?

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    The RAM should work with an Intel platform. The XMP is designed for AMD, but many Intel motherboards should be able to support it as well.
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    • #3
      I tested F4-3200C14D-16GFX on my ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex, they just worked @ XMP settings and did overclock to DDR4-4000 on manual settings without issues.
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      • #4
        Thanks for the information. If it works OK on a Z270 board it should work on a Z370 M/B. I'll give it a try. Sure would like to know why G.Skill says the memory is for the Ryzen. Maybe it's just the memory modules used - the Ryzen X370 chipset seems to be very particular.