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The RAM Thread: DDR / DDR2 / DDR3 / DDR4 / DDR5: New Products and Reviews

  • Hello mga master tanong:

    pano to ma RMA, cannot find S/N. Bought from e*sypc wayback 2017.




    Thank you

    -- edited by ronroners on Sep 14 2022, 01:51 AM
  • ^Contact rekta sa manufacturer support pero para ka na rin bumili ng bago due to shipping costs and tax.
  • ^ Thank you!
  • Mga sir, ano po kayo problema nito.

    Bigla kasi nag BSOD yung PC ko then ayaw na mag boot. Yung LED indicator sa motherboard sa DRAM siya naka stop. Nag try ako mag re-seat ng RAM, nag boot siya. Then pumunta ako ng bios to set sa Profile1 yung XMP. after ko i-set, ayaw na ulit niya mag boot. Dati naman na Profile1 yung XMP ko.

    Ryzen 5 3600
    Gigabyte Aorus Elite
    GSkillz Trident Z 16GB (2x8) 3200
  • ^ Reset your BIOS using the motherboard button / jumper. Then try mong enable ang XMP using a single stick

    Kapag gumana, itry mong idagdag yung isa.

    Kung ayaw pa rin ng XMP, try reflash the BIOS to the same or newer version, baka na corrupt since sabi mo naman dati ay gumagana siya.
  • ^It is best to remove everything (SSD / NVME / HD and other peripherals) during troubleshooting.

    Kung may built-in video ang motherboard, yun muna gamitin mo while isolating.
  • @tradcite
    paki dalhin mo if nothing happens sa mga iadvice sayu dito,paki dala sa mas nakakaalam na technician,paki tanong ano dahilan BSOD,mahirap i explain sa forum kasi hinde naman nakikita mga parts ng cpu mo kuya,many canhelp and advice you here kung ano pedeng gawin,problem if you follow ,if it runs, pasalamat ,but if same symptom,no other choice kuya but to bring it to a certified computer technician,konting gastos for your peace of mind
  • ask ko lang gagana po ba sa ryzen 5 2600x itong

    G.SKILL Trident Z Neo nakalagay kasi sa website ay compatible for ryzen 3000 series

    my mobo is Asus TUF B450m Pro Gaming.

    -- edited by black_thorne2001 on Oct 24 2022, 08:53 PM
  • Maybe you over tightened the cpu cooler. Try loosening it a bit. Saw a vid yesterday from TastyPC and a few weeks back from Jayz2cents having that issue and loosening the cooler from the IHS solved the booting issue. Incidentallyfrom what i remember from the vids it's the Asus boards, mataas daw return rate ng motherboard from customers.

    -- edited by budgetgadget on Oct 24 2022, 09:24 PM

    -- edited by budgetgadget on Oct 24 2022, 09:27 PM
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  • mga masters help me decide sa set up:

    2 x 16gb dual channel, 32GB (A1,B1)

    or

    4 x 16 gb, 64 gb maxed out (A, A1, B, B1)
  • 16GB x 2 will stress your chipset and mem controller less. If you don't need 64GB of RAM, 16GB x 4 isn't worth it.
  • 16GB x 2 will stress your chipset and mem controller less. If you don't need 64GB of RAM, 16GB x 4 isn't worth it.


    thank you master ame!
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  • Any user po dito ng Kingston Fury Beast DDR5?




    Detected naman sa Aura Sync/Armory Crate pero one color at a time lang ang ilaw nun ram.

    Ganito ren ba snyo mga owners ng ram na to parang yun ordinary na RGB not ARGB.

    -- edited by majorpayne on Nov 10 2022, 07:21 PM
  • Detected naman sa Aura Sync/Armory Crate pero one color at a time lang ang ilaw nun ram.

    Ganito ren ba snyo mga owners ng ram na to parang yun ordinary na RGB not ARGB.


    Buti detected po sa inyo ng Aura Sync Sir, sa akin hindi. Kaya dun sa Fury Ctrl app ko nagagalaw yung lighting effects.

    -- edited by smooth_76 on Nov 10 2022, 10:03 PM
  • @ smooth_76

    I see. Eto kasi pinaka affordable na ddr5 ram na may ARGB. Ang mamahal sa ibang ram.

    Got my 2x16GB DDR5 5600 CL36 (AMD Expo) for P10,350.

    I will report it na lang both sa Kingston at Asus baka may fix.
  • Core i9 13900K DDR5 7200 MHz (+memory scaling) review - Final Words & Conclusion : <click here for link>

    Final Words

    Our initial comparison of DDR4 and DDR5 memory with Alder Lake revealed that a high-performing DDR4 kit running at 3600 MHz can effectively compete with DDR5 4800/5200 CL40. The same holds true for Raptor Lake Gen 13 Core Intel CPUs. Both combinations are considered the "sweet spot" in terms of price and performance. While it's true that higher frequency DDR5 memory may offer slightly better performance, the difference is minimal and not really worth the additional cost. The sweet spot for frequency and latency is at 3600 MHz with DDR4 and 4800 MHz with DDR5, as this offers the best balance of cost and performance. Overall, if you're looking for the best value for your money, a DDR4 kit running at 3600 MHz is the way to go. But ... when going DDR5 there is a more perceptible difference between 4800 MHz and 7200 MHz, roughly 3~4% in best-case scenarios, but the price difference will be significant. This also brought up the question of how important DDR5 memory is over DDR4 and memory frequency over latency; this is why we included DDR4 results. For gaming, the hit is bigger but still acceptable as long as you stick to, say, 3600 MHz with okay timings and latency.