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  1. That's what i'm afraid from, can't make sure if i will push down correctly or pushing at an angel. But anyways thanks for this information.
  2. I'm really so afraid as i'm too dumb Thanks for your reply, but i have read this in 9458498594 articles before, i need someone to tell me the correct way to push on RAM after seating, to down or to what? my motherboard requires a little more force, as some friend installed RAM DDR4 for himself before with similar motherboard and i see him used more force to get it installed, even i have seen his motherboard moved down while he was pushing on his DDR4 RAM, that's what i need details on how to push correctly.
  3. Hi guys, as the title said, i need a full details guide on how to install DDR4 RAM safely without breaking something in the motherboard or the RAM itself or whatever. Maybe there's a plenty of videos on YouTube on how to do this, but for me its my 1st time to install DDR4 RAM. Usually in previous times, i used to get someone to do this for me, but this time i wanna learn this myself. I know that the 1st step is to seat RAM first, but i need help on how to push on both sides?? all i know that it need some force, not too much but also not too less, some RAM models need less force, some others need more force...etc How to push on RAM?? to down or what?? need a detailed explanation in this. My motherboard: GIGABYTE B360 AORUS GAMING 3, so i think a little more force is required here. Thanks.
  4. Well, i know that dual-channel is so good, but my experience with Team T-Force Delta RGB RAM 16GB(2x8GB) made be so disappointed about using dual-channel so + the faulty RAM also, however, there's also 8GB models for Corsair Vengeance LPX available here and almost same price, but not a kit in the same box like Team T-Force Delta RGB that should do a better performance, but anyways i will consider them too, will at first check the warranty of my Team T-Force RAM, if bad response received, then i will consider buying 2 sticks of Corsair Vengeance LPX (1x8GB) and use them in dual-channel mode. Thanks for your perspective also.
  5. Hey, I think you need 1 min only to read this notice i mentioned in my topic, but its ok np. Default speed here in my motherboard is 2133 (XMP profile disabled), at all cases i will not use XMP profile because of some stability problems reported regarding using it, and with even me when at first i was running Team T-Force Delta RGB RAM. And those RAM models i mentioned are the only ones available here right now in my country, i know that dual channel is good thing and i bought Team T-Force Delta RGB RAM 2x8GB for that reason also, but now there's a problem with and i have sent to warranty, but that doesn't mean that 1x16GB will do a bad job, all i just need is the stability while gaming and stuff without crashes or blue screens. But anyways thanks for your perspective considering Corsair Vengeance LPX.
  6. I mean to you: don't use dual-channel, just only single channel for both 8GB RAMs as i mentioned above. (A 8GB RAM in a channel, and the other one at different channel, don't use dual-channel) If its still crashing and blue screens, so you have to specify the correct reason why its crashing, and it can be a RAM problem or a motherboard problem, you need to make some kind of debugging, but you need for it a properly working motherboard that its well-known to be working good and not faulty, then test your RAM with, if its not crashing then its a motherboard problem, and if its crashing then its a RAM problem, if you got all of your build parts from the same store, maybe it can help you in that. Actually in my own perspective, mostly it points to a motherboard problem as @BubblyCharizard said, but you need to make sure from that, you can send your motherboard or RAM to warranty but maybe they will reply saying that one of them is not faulty, here you gonna waste more time. So try to do some debugging as i explained above, if you didn't get your build parts from the same store, then look for some maintenance shop, or a friend of yours that has same motherboard or a different model that supports Ryzen CPUs to help. As i said from the beginning i don't know exact solution so that's just my own perspective, hope it helps.
  7. I don't know exact solution for this problem to be more honest with you, but i need to ask you just for information: - You have 4 memory slots, and your problem occurred when using both DIMMs, for example 1 and 3 are dual-channel or 2 and 4, so did you try install one 8GB RAM in a slot, and the other 8GB RAM in different slot but not the DIMM one? for example 1 and 2 or 3 and 4. If you tried out, is it still crashing and blue screen?? sorry if my english is a little bad.
  8. Hi guys, since few months, i have bought my 1st gaming PC since a long time, i will just mention main specs according to my topic: CPU: core i5 8400 with B360 AORUS Gaming 3 motherboard. RAM: Team T-Force Delta RGB Black 16GB (2x8GB) 2666 CL15. After less than 1 month, I have got crashes and blue screens, loading stuff sometimes got stuck, RAR Files got corrupted after downloading or transferring so i tried to check for the reason and found that my RAM Team T-Force is maybe faulty (tested with memtest86 and windows memory diagnostic tool then found errors) so i sent it to warranty last week and i'm still waiting for their reply regarding this problem. (i know its too late but its ok as it has lifetime warranty). Let me be honest with you guys, i feel so worried about warranty, so just in case of some problem happened with them, i have thought of buying another RAM model (if warranty got me a bad response), but of course away from Team RAMs, as i don't want more problems again. I have checked for available RAMs here in my country according to my budget, here you're some choices: - Kingston HyperX Predator 16GB DDR4 3200MHz CL16 Desktop Memory. - Kingston HyperX Predator RGB 16GB DDR4 3200MHz CL16 Desktop Memory. - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (1 X 16GB) DDR4 3000MHz C15 V1.35 Memory Kit. - Gigabyte 16GB (2 X 8GB) DDR4 2666 CL16 Desktop Memory. - Adata XPG SPECTRIX D41 16GB DDR4 2666 CL16 Desktop Memory. - Adata XPG Z1 16GB DDR4 3000 CL16. - Adata XPG Z1 16GB DDR4 3200 CL16. Sorry about too much choices, but i really need to determine the best stable one that can work without crashes and blue screens. Regarding prices, they're almost the same or a very little difference: 106-112$ (prices here in my country are so high). I know that max speed my motherboard and CPU support is 2666, and those one has higher speeds, but at all cases i will never use XMP profile as its not stable most of the time and i have tried this before, and also many people reported stability problems when they used XMP profiles. So again: which is the best stable model?? Thanks in advance.
  9. Thanks for this information, but also i still need some help, how to detect overclocking?? i need to make sure that my GPU is safe and away from overclocking, i'm not talking about boosting, i'm talking about overclocking, boosting of course will not allow to cause damage to GPU, but overclocking can do. Maybe this will be weird and strange, but overclocking does not mean that GPU usage exceeds 100%, but maybe some game required 50% usage only and then you find it 60% for example, i'm not sure from what i'm saying, but my knowledge is little bit in that.
  10. OK, I also agree, but just to make sure, how to detect if my GPU is overclocked or not??
  11. I didn't overclock it at all. Sorry for saying this, but what if something forced my GPU to get overclocked without my knowledge, how to detect something like this?? i just want to make sure from that.
  12. Hi guys, i have some silly question but sorry for that because my knowledge is little. How to know that something in my PC specs is overclocked?? My current specs: CPU: Core i5 8400 with B360 AORUS Gaming 3 motherboard. RAM: 16GB(2x8GB). GPU: MSI GTX 1070 ti Gaming. Well, first of all, i know that CPU cannot be overclocked at all, and the motherboard does not support overclocking also. My XMP profile is disabled at the moment for my RAM, so it should not be overclocked. But i'm still asking generally. Also what about GPU? how to know that its overclocked or not??
  13. OK thanks for your perspective, although i didn't want to share this here, but lemme ask you some stuff: Are you getting crashes in Apps, Gaming?? because this is my current issue i'm facing right now, i heard also some other people, are facing this especially with version 1809. I'm not sure for myself if this is hardware issue or windows issue, that's why i was asking for the most stable version of windows 10.
  14. OK GREAT, but we're talking about some version of windows 10 (1809) that some users are suffering from issues in it, clean install here won't help if the version itself are fucked up (sorry for this word), and i already tried this many times. That's why i'm asking for more stable one to specify the real problem i'm suffering from if its windows problem or hardware problem, but i will not try 1809 again or the newest one 1903 as its still new. Sorry for saying this but PLEASE PLEASE no more waste of time, if you have a suggestion regarding the most stable version with less memory consumption, then i will be so appreciated.