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hp omen 880-p0xx motherboard RAM compatibility

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Simple question I can't menage to find online:

I have a motherboard hp omen 880-p0xx currently provided with a M378A1K43CB2-CRC (link: https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/dram/module/M378A1K43CB2-CRC/ )

(in a nutshell: 8Gb, DDR4, 2400 Mbps, 1.2V)

 

On the motherboard site i saw, they said 880-p0xx is compatible with DDR4 and 2400 Mbps.

 

Now I want to upgreade it with a Corsair Vengeance 16 GB, DDR4, 3200 MHz and I don't know if 880-p0xx support 3200 MHz.

Very few sites know anything about 880-p0xx however on UserBenchmark it looks compatible, but i don't know if i can actually trust this information (since it looks a little bit too accurate)

 

So can someone help me whit this problem? 

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Ok so hopefully this will be clear enough
I haven't looked, but you may find that the processor accepts some memory modules, which are not indicated by HP
But in general you have to be satisfied with what is mentioned!
Sometimes we can install other modules, and it can work
Hp in fact only indicates what is already tested, installed and validated!
But I can only advise you to install only what is written here
You can take the risk, normally it does not fear anything, either it does not work at all, or the memory will only work at the possible frequency
Sorry for the response time, job job !!

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Hello
it seems difficult to answer you
You do not give the exact model of the computer, and there are almost certainly different motherboards.
For example :

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I'm not sure what you mean by "exact model of the computer"

Isn't  "hp omen 880-p0xx" the exact model of my motherboard already?

what it says on my system information pagewhat it says on my system information page

 

at this site: https://www.crucial.com/store/advisor i find it under:

HP -  Compaq  ->  HP OMEN 880 Series  ->  OMEN 880-p0xx

 

actually i noticed that among the options that the site gives me there are some rams DDR4-3200

can I assume at this point that my motherboard support the ram I want (that i described in the previous message)?

 

thanks for caring tho

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No, if I ask you, it is because it is not the case
I gave you in my previous answer the search results with this reference
Look what's in my signature

example: HP Phoenix h9-1228ef HPE product no.P / N: C0B64EA

HP OMEN 880 Series
if I give you for example
OMEN by HP 880-100 Desktop PC series
you can see that there are several different motherboards:

 

 OMEN by HP 880-160nf Desktop PC Product Specifications

 OMEN by HP 880-100la Desktop PC Product Specifications

do you understand  better ??

HP Desktop PCs - How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number? | HP® Customer Support

 

 



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Oooooh I see now, kk.

sorry the fist links you sent me in the first message didn't open

 

OMEN by HP 880-002nl

k so I have a Higos  motherboard

 

so it says that it support DRR4-2400, so the question now is:

does it means that it supports ONLY 2400MHz?

would a DDR4-3200 be compatible (or at least not a waste)?

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Ok so hopefully this will be clear enough
I haven't looked, but you may find that the processor accepts some memory modules, which are not indicated by HP
But in general you have to be satisfied with what is mentioned!
Sometimes we can install other modules, and it can work
Hp in fact only indicates what is already tested, installed and validated!
But I can only advise you to install only what is written here
You can take the risk, normally it does not fear anything, either it does not work at all, or the memory will only work at the possible frequency
Sorry for the response time, job job !!

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Ok thank you for your time XD

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