What memory to choose for core i5?

A Core i5 3340 CPU and motherboard is Asus P8H77-V. there was a question about expanding RAM.

Want to buy the memory from 16 GB 2 straps and a frequency of 2000+ mgz. The question of whether to buy this memory? More precisely, whether it's supported by my processor?

Somewhere very long ago read that the i5 only supports 1600 mgz. I would also like information about the stability and durability of such a memory.
July 8th 19 at 11:35
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July 8th 19 at 11:37
find your percent on intel.com and look what ososki frequency suitable

Specifications of memory modules
Max. memory size (dependent on memory type) 32 GB
Memory types DDR3 1333/1600
Max. the number of memory channels 2
Max. the memory bandwidth of 25.6 GB/s
ECC memory supported ‡ No

ark.intel.com/ru/products/76342/Intel-Core-i5-3340...
Site Intel cannot serve as an indicator, because there is provided the reference frequency recognized by Intel. The frequency above DDR3 1600 is not official, but because the specifications of the Intel it is not specified. - glennie_Hills commented on July 8th 19 at 11:40
well, if not is a measure of the official site, then give me the % to 2000+ and buy a plank ??? - Peter.Oberbrunner84 commented on July 8th 19 at 11:43
: I'm interested in the experiences of people who've done it. Ie how feasible and stable, and the i5 can take this memory frequency. And the official index website is not least because for i7 third generation, the maximum frequency is also dated 1600, although the i7 being the top solution is capable of overclocking memory up to 2000 MHz. - glennie_Hills commented on July 8th 19 at 11:46
well, the stone is not from the K, will chase no super cooling even have to try - Peter.Oberbrunner84 commented on July 8th 19 at 11:49
even the motherboard you have is not nice for the OS - Peter.Oberbrunner84 commented on July 8th 19 at 11:52
Google says 200 MHz extra acceleration and everything ) - Peter.Oberbrunner84 commented on July 8th 19 at 11:55
: with cooling everything is in order, maintenance-free water stands (bought purely for fun), and the motherboard supports overclocking the memory, but that memory is what I have now is not mine, so it to take risks with overclocking don't want to. Alternatively I wanted to buy from overclocked memory, some kind of Fury X - glennie_Hills commented on July 8th 19 at 11:58

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