Question Need some help with rams

May 25, 2019
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I recently get a new computer, here are the spec of my PC
Motherboard: Msi x470 gaming plus
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x
Ram: Adata 8GB 3200mhz Soectrux D41 x4
Display Card: GTX 1060(from the old computer)

I just get in trouble with get the rams to 3200mhz, I try to overclock it with xmp, memory try it and do it manually, it all ends up a blue screen.
I test it with memtest, only work fine and no error on 2666mhz, other such as 2933mhz will getting error from the test.
I update the bios to the latest version.
I have no idea what to do now. Is the setting problem or the ram are broken?
 

AngelTech

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I recently get a new computer, here are the spec of my PC
Motherboard: Msi x470 gaming plus
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x
Ram: Adata 8GB 3200mhz Soectrux D41 x4
Display Card: GTX 1060(from the old computer)

I just get in trouble with get the rams to 3200mhz, I try to overclock it with xmp, memory try it and do it manually, it all ends up a blue screen.
I test it with memtest, only work fine and no error on 2666mhz, other such as 2933mhz will getting error from the test.
I update the bios to the latest version.
I have no idea what to do now. Is the setting problem or the ram are broken?
Does your motherboard support the memory?
 
May 25, 2019
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I believe this is the model of ram AX4U320038G16-SR41, I am not sure about motherboard support the ram or not, where can I look for the compatibility?
 
AX4U320038G16-SR41 is part number for a Single 8GB module.

Memory modules sold as Singles have no guarantee to operate in any configuration other than as a Single module.

There is a reduction in maximum memory speed when populating four of four memory slots on AM4 motherboards. It is recommended to use a kit of two modules sold in a pack for AM4 motherboards.

Memory is guaranteed in the form sold. Other combinations you decide to make have no guarantee to be compatible together.
 

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