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Installing new RAM 2666 MHz to 3200MHz

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HP Desktop M01-F0024
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Hi, I have a HP Desktop M01-F0024 with 12GB DDR4 2666MHz. I purchased 32GB DDR4 3200MHz.

Can I just swap the old with the new RAM, or do I need to configure the BIOS for the new RAM?

 

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@JoPearTree 

 

Normally you do not need to configure new RAM and please note: 3200MHz RAM won't run at 3200MHz, they will ONLY run at 2666MHz.

 

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@JoPearTree 

 

Normally you do not need to configure new RAM and please note: 3200MHz RAM won't run at 3200MHz, they will ONLY run at 2666MHz.

 

Regards.

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