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Darkn

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  1. Yes, thank you. 1) The issue persists while both using and not using XMP. It is currently enabled (only the RAM timings, clock speed set manually to 2400 MHz, to enable the system to boot) 2) Can't find a model number on the spec page, but here is the product description, of course: 16GB (2x 8192MB) G.Skill Trident Z silver/red DDR4-3200 DIMM CL16-18-18-38 (Dual Kit) If it is necessary to check for a specific incompatibility with the actual memory chips on it, I will check the box currently in my basement, as I can't squeeze anything out of CPU-Z.
  2. Hello LTT community I have purchased a 3200G for a relative and wanted to get it up and running. I ran the RAM at 3200MHz during Windows Setup and it installed just fine. Every single time, 10 minutes after the install, the system would crash however, and not respond to reboots (flickering / random glitchy patches). I figured it probably is a driver problem caused by Windows Update. After 6 hours of reinstallations, manual safety boots into Windows and trying to install the VGA drivers manually (which requires VS Redis, which in return require a Windows service that is disabled in the
  3. Nice, once again I am currently running a Corsair RGB 65, which I lately bought and am very proud of, a Speedlink Decus, that is about to have to be replaced and a more random 15€ headset from Kotion. Would like to get picked and have a new baby for my desk! Jan
  4. I have my NVIDIA GTX 650 Ti running right now and will wait to buy a new card until this giveaway ends... Maybe I don't have to go and buy a new one by then
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