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    Question Fatal1ty X99X Killer with 3200mhz ramm?

    hello
    i have a question about the Fatal1ty X99X Killer mainboard.
    On the asrock site the specs are showing that this motherboard supports ramm up to 3000+ mhz.
    ASRock > Fatal1ty X99X Killer

    On the other site it says that the Fatal1ty X99X Killer 3.1 supports ramm up to 3200 mhz.
    ASRock > Fatal1ty X99X Killer/3.1

    I got G.Skill DIMM 16GB DDR4-3200 (F4-3200C16D-16GVK) and now iam worried if i can use the full 3200mhz on the none 3.1?
    Is there really a hardware difference between this two boards? or the specifications of the none 3.1 are just outdated?
    Can i use my ramms on full speed 3200mhz on this board or i need to get that 3.1 board?

    any helpfull information would be nice, because i want to buy this board as soon as possible and the 3.1 is abit to much expesive here.

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    Default Re: Fatal1ty X99X Killer with 3200mhz ramm?

    Welcome to the forum.

    Check the G.Skill Ram Configurator to see if the F4-3200C16D-16GVK memory kits is compatible with either of the motherboards.

    If a memory kit is not listed in motherboard manufacturer's memory compatibility list or the memory manufacturer's compatibility list, the memory kit probably won't be stable or the motherboard won't be able to post.

    ***edit***

    Let me clarify, if a specific memory kit model number is listed as compatible on either of the compatibility lists, i.e. the motherboard manufacturer's list or the memory manufacturer's list, you shouldn't have problems. However it is possible that some minor tweaking might be required, even with stock cpu speeds.
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    Default Re: Fatal1ty X99X Killer with 3200mhz ramm?

    I'll add too, you should flash to the most recent BIOS available prior to changing out the current memory for these 3200.

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