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bought this ram a few months ago and now I'm hearing it won't work https://www.rakuten.com/shop/adata/product/AD4U300038G16-DS10/ this is my build https://nz.pcpartpicker.com/user/FinalDesigns/saved/YbQvnQ Will it work? The power supply is going to be different haven't decided on which
 
 
 
ive asked a few ppl some say it will some say it might
 
 
 
its cuz its not on the supported list
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The QVL (qualified vendor list) is only so accurate. There are hundreds, probably thousands of different SKUs of RAM. There’s a different SKU just for different colors. It’s impossible for a motherboard manufacturer to test every single stick of RAM on every motherboard. The general rule of thumb is “if it’s DDR4, it’ll probably work”.

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2 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

The QVL (qualified vendor list) is only so accurate. There are hundreds, probably thousands of different SKUs of RAM. There’s a difference SKU just for different colors. It’s impossible for a motherboard manufacturer to test every single stick of RAM on every motherboard. The general rule of thumb is “if it’s DDR4, it’ll probably work”.

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