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Hi, i have problem with my Ram frequency. I bought new ram with 3200mhz and i still have 2400mhz. Thanks for help.

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Hi:

 

What model Intel processor does your notebook have?

 

Memory can only run as fast as the processor's FSB can support.

 

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I have intel core i5-7300HQ

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Your notebook's i5-7300HQ processor can run the memory at a max speed of 2400 MHz.

 

Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.50 GHz) Product Specifications

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So i cant do nothing with it ?

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Not a thing.

 

The speed of the memory is limited to how fast the processor can run the memory at.

 

The good news is you can use the DDR4-3200 memory on a newer model notebook that can run it at 3200 MHz.

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