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I5-10300H memory support issue

Greden
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I bought a MSI laptop that DDR4 8GB "3200MHz" (PC4-25600) built in.

But it's CPU is I5-10030H that supports "DDR4-2933" memory.

In this case, what should I do?

Just using my memory at 2933MHz?

Or... can I make this CPU to support 3200MHz memory?

 

Or..... "2933" at "memory support" were not meant MHz at first?

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n_scott_pearson
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Are you asking from a warranty standpoint? You don't have a warranty from Intel so the question is really moot. Your warranty is from MSI, so if they want to overclock the memory bus, so be it. If adding memory, I would match the speed provided by MSI.
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Greden
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oh or is minimum support DDR4-2666MHz?

n_scott_pearson
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Are you asking from a warranty standpoint? You don't have a warranty from Intel so the question is really moot. Your warranty is from MSI, so if they want to overclock the memory bus, so be it. If adding memory, I would match the speed provided by MSI.
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