i never had compatibilty isue with ram even if they where not present in the motherboard ram compatibility list so yeah ur good unless u wana put ddr3 ram in a ddr4 motherboard haha
I looked in some forums and some people said that memories Ballistix is not compatible, I am lay on this subject.
PS: use a translator ^^'
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Here is the Memory list for the MSI B350M Compatible list: Support For B350M GAMING PRO | Motherboard - The world leader in motherboard design | MSI Global .
The closest I could find to your Memory is the ADATA - AX4U240038G16-SBF under Rx-1x00 (Not sure what CPU this is for)
Under Rx2-00G/GE there is none.
Found explanation for what Rx-1x00 and Rx2-00G/GE means from Tom's Hardware Forum:
Memory by Rx-1x00:
– For Summit Ridge CPUs
for example: RYZEN 5 1600
Memory by Rx-2x00G/GE:
– For the new G series Raven Ridge CPUs. `
for example: RYZEN 5 2400G
If I was you I would contact MSI Support or ADATA Support and ask them if that Memory Module is compatible with the Ryzen 5-1600 CPU and Motherboard.
Also found a newer BIOS for your Motherboard: Support For B350M GAMING PRO | Motherboard - The world leader in motherboard design | MSI Global
Hello friends, i'm new in this forum and i have a question.
My computer is:
Ryzen 5 1600
Corsair CX 430
8gb ram Corsair Value Select 2133mhz
I want to make a upgrade in my ram, ill get Memory Ram XPG ADATA AX4U240038G16 - BRZ, is compatible with my setup or it will not work?
Sorry for my english :$
I would look towards betting a higher rated PSU as the 430W is not very capable
I suggest a 650W model which will be much more efficient as well as afford lots of room for overclocking etc
I was going to mention about the PSU also, but then I went to this website: PSU REQUIREMENTS - RealHardTechX and according to them a GTX 1050ti needs a minimum PSU for Total System Wattage of 320 Watts. He has at least 110 wattage over the minimum, so I didn't mention it.
But I agree, it is better to upgrade to a much higher and powerful High Quality PSU for future upgrades in hardware and efficiency.