Question Blue screens

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I recently upgraded my computer with an rx 570(8gb sapphire). From the time i built it till now it closes with different blue screens. I runned the ram diagnosis test and it showed a problem. Is the ram faulty or should i move it to another slot? What should i do?
System:
Asrock Fatal1ty b450 gaming k4
Ryzen 3 2200g
Hyperx predator 8 gb 3000mhz(HX430C15PB3/8)
Sapphire Radeon RX570 8GB Pulse
Corsair cx 550m
Hitachi HDD 250GB
 
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staurosstoikos

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I recently upgraded my computer with an rx 570(8gb sapphire). From the time i built it till now it closes with different blue screens. I runned the ram diagnosis test and it showed a problem. Is the ram faulty or should i move it to another slot? What should i do?
System:
Asrock Fatal1ty b450 gaming k4
Ryzen 3 2200g
Hyperx predator 8 gb 3000mhz(HX430C15PB3/8)
Sapphire Radeon RX570 8GB Pulse
Corsair cx 550m
Hitachi HDD 250GB
 

white.a.drew

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I recently upgraded my computer with an rx 570(8gb sapphire). From the time i built it till now it closes with different blue screens. I runned the ram diagnosis test and it showed a problem. Is the ram faulty or should i move it to another slot? What should i do?
System:
Asrock Fatal1ty b450 gaming k4
Ryzen 3 2200g
Hyperx predator 8 gb 3000mhz(HX430C15PB3/8)
Sapphire Radeon RX570 8GB Pulse
Corsair cx 550m
Hitachi HDD 250GB
It will tell you here where to install the ram at. scroll down to table of content and click memory module http://asrock.pc.cdn.bitgravity.com/Manual/Fatal1ty B450 Gaming K4.pdf#Fatal1ty B450 Gaming K4 Series_UM.indd:.18768
 

white.a.drew

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but i only have 1 stick
hmm i would still try it in the a2 slot do to it being a Ryzen 3 2200g is a raven ridge and according to your manual it needs to be a2

if this doesn't help it maybe do to the fact that your board doesn't support 3000MHz ram fastest it takes is 2933 and doesn't say oc'able. you may have to find a stable under-clock for the ram
 

staurosstoikos

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hmm i would still try it in the a2 slot do to it being a Ryzen 3 2200g is a raven ridge and according to your manual it needs to be a2

if this doesn't help it maybe do to the fact that your board doesn't support 3000MHz ram fastest it takes is 2933 and doesn't say oc'able. you may have to find a stable under-clock for the ram
ok i will try it
 
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you should buy anotherone of the exact same ram stick and use them both together ASAP. yes you computer should work with 1 stick of 8 gig but you get a lot better performance with 2x8 in the correct slot
 

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hmm i would still try it in the a2 slot do to it being a Ryzen 3 2200g is a raven ridge and according to your manual it needs to be a2

if this doesn't help it maybe do to the fact that your board doesn't support 3000MHz ram fastest it takes is 2933 and doesn't say oc'able. you may have to find a stable under-clock for the ram
It worked thank you so much!
 
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