Do higher cpus require higher mhz ram? Tags: CPUs RAM Last response: August 16, 2010 2:36 AM in CPUs Share computernewb a b à CPUs August 16, 2010 2:29:53 AM on my mobo specs, it says under ram, "(1066 by AM2+ CPU)". does that mean am2+ cpus require 1066 mhz rams? thanks! More about : higher cpus require higher mhz ram yo_yo2400 August 16, 2010 2:35:57 AM No it just means an AM2+ will support it. Not AM2. WR2 a c 203 à CPUs August 16, 2010 2:36:14 AM Hello ComputerNewb; No it does not. It means that that AM2+ CPUs support that type RAM in your motherboard. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Higher MHz Memory possible for Xeon CPUs? Forum SolvedXeon higher mhz ram? Forum Solvedram, higher mhz vs lower latency? Forum SolvedMSI a88xm-e35 compatible 1866mhz or higher ram? Forum SolvedBEST freqvency RAM for i7 4770k and mobo Asus Maximus IV Hero is 1600MHz or 1866MHz or higher??? Forum Solvedcan i use higher RAM mhz for sabertooth z77 mobo? Forum SolvedCan i overclock 1866mhz RAM any higher? Forum SolvedRam mhz higher than MoBo mhz Forum I want to buy ddr3 ram ? 8 gb 1333 Mhz or 4 gb 1600 or higher ? Which one is best choice? Forum My motherboard only supports 1333 mhz of ram would i be able to add a higher mhz ram ? Forum Problems with overclocking RAM to 2133Mhz or higher Forum Higher Mhz Ram [Stupid Question] Forum Will 1666Mhz or Higher rams work on 1066Mhz supported ram slot? Forum What RAM would be best for this build? 1600Mhz vs higher Forum Could i use 1066mhz ram or higher with a motherboard supports 800only Forum Upgrading ram Does it matter if the Mhz is higher than stock?? Forum higher ram mhz (frequency) results in weird result Forum Solvedi5-3570k supports 1600Mhz memory, but can/should i go higher? Forum SolvedHigher timing and more MHz or lower timing and less MHz? Forum SolvedHow much difference does it make if one graphics card has a 300mhz higher clock speed than another graphic card? Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !