Maximum ram frequency Clevo P775TM1-G

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  1. DADDYPOWER

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    Hi, as the title suggests, I would like to know the maximum frequency supported by the motherboard of the p775tm1-g, around there are sodimm ram with a frequency of 4000mhz and voltage at 1.35 that in the bios you can set, but I'm not sure.
     
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    For XMP, 3000MHz or maybe 3200MHz. With manual tuning you might be able to get a few hundred MHz above that.
     
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    I understand, in this case I would be undecided in buying 32gb hyperx impact 3200mhz or corsair 32gb 3000mhz, which do you recommend?
     
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    IIRC, the HyperX has really crappy timings, like CL20 or something, so I’d get the Corsair.
     
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    3000mhz should behave consistently well too.
     
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    I was very pleased with my pair of G.Skill Ripjaws 3200mhz, that ran 3200mhz in both my p775tm1 and p870tm1.
    As for the 4000mhz kit, I have those sticks but the most I could ever squeeze out of them was 3400. However, they do have really nice timings at lower speed being b-die.

    Fastest I've seen was 3700mhz on a p870tm1.
     
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    so if I buy those from 4000 I could only go up to 3400?
     
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    Around there due to the trace limitations of a laptop vs the desktop boards those sticks were designed for.
     
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    There is no guarantee, first of the official support is up to 3000mhz. And above that it pretty much depends on the quality of the traces on the board and IMC. Which is why 3000/3200 sticks are of best value.
     
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    ok i'm thinking of buying some 3000mhz g-skill ram with latencies of 16-18-18-43, now I'm using the crucial 2666mhz ram with latencies of 19-19-19-43, can I have benefits in gaming by changing?
     
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