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  1. Thanks! I checked the SPD tab and its showing SK Hynix as the die.
  2. Thanks! I have CPU-Z though. From which tab I can check that? Otherwise I can download AIDA64, is that accurate though?
  3. Hey all, As the title suggests, I'm curious to know the die of my RAM. Is there any software which is accurate enough to identify that? Thanks!
  4. As of now my system is running stable and I tested in intensive games too like Division 2 and Watch Dogs Legion.
  5. Wait I can do that? Because memtest takes lot of time right? I heard it takes about 4-8 hours.
  6. Today I installed a new kit in my system (ryzen 3600 paired up with B450 Tomahawk Max) after booting my system I got a message saying "New memory detected. Press F1 for setup or clear CMOS. I ran setup and enabled XMP and hit save settings reboot. After the reboot I checked my task manager it correctly shows 3600mhz frequency. My question is, do I need to run any stress test to make sure its stable? Till now I did not get any crashing issues though.
  7. Yes that makes sense now and thanks for clarifying. Just to be clear, I just need to switch on the XMP for the sticks I linked to run at 3600mhz? Do I need to make any manual adjustments to it? To make it run stable for as long as I can.
  8. Oh I see. Then why does the specs sheet of the CPU mention that it supports RAM frequency up to Up to 3200MHz?
  9. Nice! I will surely buy this RAM then. I was looking for a cheaper RAM like Crucial Ballistix Cl 14 3200mhz but its out of stock.
  10. Thanks! Although I just want it to run at 3600mhz by simply switching on XMP. Will it cause any stability issues?
  11. Thanks for the information! I had a question about the latency timings as well, this stick has latency of 16-19-19-39, are these timings good? Because I have seen different timings as well and what about the voltage? Appreciate your response.
  12. Hey All, As the title suggests I was looking to buy a compatible RAM for my build. Due to the current situation and limited options I boiled down to this stick: https://www.tpstech.in/products/g-skill-ripjaws-v-ram-16gb-2x8gb-ddr4-3600mhz-desktop-memory-module-kit. Although this stick does not fall under my mobo's QVL, I wanted to know if this is still a safe choice? I just want it to run at is advertised speed. Please help me out, thanks!