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Originally Posted by rdr09
I'm not understanding this. Isn't that is what we are trying to avoid by staying at or up to 3733MHz or just use 3600MHz and lower?
Even in the x470 motherboards you'll get added options in the bios when dropping a Ryzen 3000 in with which you can set the IF speed hence higher memory clocks being possible. But the higher memory clocks won't help much if your IF is at 1000mhz.
My friend had the IF speed at 1900mhz on an Asrock x570 board. He struggled with both the Asus and GB board he has due to bios not really working as it should.
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