Question Contineusly ram crash

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Hello guys, I'm a new member and I need some advice - help
Today I replace my old 8gb ddr4 3000mhz 1 dimm ram with g skill tridentz rgb 16gb 3200mhz 2 dimm
With the old one the computer runs perfectly but with the new ones every 5 minutes bsod comes with different report
Specs: asus rog strix b350f am4
AMD ryzen 5 2600 3900mhz

I have tried all the solution tutorials on YouTube but its still the same... :(
 
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Hello guys, I'm a new member and I need some advice - help
Today I replace my old 8gb ddr4 3000mhz 1 dimm ram with g skill tridentz rgb 16gb 3200mhz 2 dimm
With the old one the computer runs perfectly but with the new ones every 5 minutes bsod comes with different report
Specs: asus rog strix b350f am4
AMD 5 3700mhz

I have tried all the solution tutorials on YouTube but its still the same... :(
whats exactly happening if you got new ram you should have no ploblem
 

lynx1021

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Are you putting them in the right slots per manual, A2 and B2? is XMP enabled in the Bios? Did you check with G Skill and make sure they were compatible with your board? Not all DDR4 is the same. What is the part number on your G Skill?
 
Oct 11, 2019
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F4-3200C14D-16GTZRX and F4-3200C16D-16GTZRX shows as compatable.
Hello mate! The results as I'm trying to fix the issue is that when I disable the xmp profile the computer runs perfectly and when a enable it then it starts crashing again.
Now I'm going to check the part number, where I can find it?
 
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If you bought the new RAM as a set, why are the part numbers different? Did you buy the new RAM new or was it used?

A 'paired' set typically has the same part number.

Even though both sticks show as compatible with the motherboard, that doesn't guarantee they will be compatible with each other.
 
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If you bought the new RAM as a set, why are the part numbers different? Did you buy the new RAM new or was it used?

A 'paired' set typically has the same part number.

Even though both sticks show as compatible with the motherboard, that doesn't guarantee they will be compatible with each other.
No I bought them as a pair they're new not used
The part number is on the sticks?
 

lynx1021

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If you bought the new RAM as a set, why are the part numbers different? Did you buy the new RAM new or was it used?

A 'paired' set typically has the same part number.

Even though both sticks show as compatible with the motherboard, that doesn't guarantee they will be compatible with each other.
Rickypicky5, I was the one that quoted those part numbers, He didn't tell me what he had, just G Skill 3200 and I was trying to tell him those were compatible.

@Jonathan1992, Part numbers are on a sticker on the memory, I think "CPUZ" will show the part number under the memory tab
 
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