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The usage of i5-1400f with the 4000mhz DDR4 RAM

Ravyex
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Hello, i was wondering whether I’m able to use my new-bought CPU i5-13400f with the 4000mhz DDR4 RAM. for those of u who might wanna ask what my motherbord is, it’s ASUS b660m-a 5333mhz(OC)
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AlHill
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Have you checked with ASUS to confirm that their bios supports the i5-1400f?

What do you plan on using for graphics?  The i5-1400f does not have integrated graphics.

Are you sure you mean i5-1400f and not i5-11400f or i5-13400f?

None of the "F" processors have graphics

 

You need to do more research and fact checking, and have ASUS confirm support for the processor and memory on their board.

 

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Ravyex
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Regarding the support of my motherboard for the cpu, it’s a known fact that ASUS B600 series support the 13th GEN cpus with the update that issued a month or two months ago. In addition to that, I got no problem with the motherboard itself, especially i know that it’s compatible with the cpu that I’m gonna use. My specific question points out the feasibility of DDR4 RAM usages over 3200MHZ with the i5-13400f. The reason why I ask y’all this is because when u visit the intel official site for the i5-13400, you can easily see that it supports ddr4 up to 3200mhz. I was wondering whether I could use my cpu over high frequency such as 3600 or 4000mhz
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Ravyex
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and it should ve been i5-13400f . Sorry for the missing number.
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AlHill
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You need to look at what memory the ASUS board supports.

ANd, you still have not answered the graphics question.

 

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Ravyex
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The board supports DDR4 ram up to 5333mhz and my gpu is nvdia 3060ti 8GB
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Ravyex
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and yes their board support the latest intel cpus which is 13th GEN
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AlHill
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Well, then, it sounds like you have all the data needed.

 

Good luck with your system.

 

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