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News Gigabyte announces Designare series of 32GB memory modules

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 10 Feb 2020 at 13:01.

  1. bit-tech

    bit-tech Supreme Overlord Staff Administrator

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  2. Jito463

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    Supports B450 and X570, but what about X470 and X370? Not that I'm in the market for sticks of this capacity, just curious. Was that because they haven't tested them on those boards, so they may work, or is there some compatibility issue which would prevent them from working (unlikely, given that they'll run on B450)?
     
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    Gigabyte wants you to buy a X570 board, so no reason to go back and validate those modules with X370 / X470.
    But there is no successor to the budget B450 yet, so B450 boards are still current products so it makes sense to have official support.

    But in theory chances are very high they would work just fine with Ryzen 3xxx in any AM4 board (that supports Ryzen 3xxx).
     
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