They are DDR4, right now they aren't on the correct slots cuz i had to swap it just to start the pc. where can i check ram speed and all that?
You'd have to know what specific RAM you bought. Not just that it's corsair vengeance RAM. Do you still have the box it came in, or can you go back and find the listing online for where you bought it (unless you bought it in a store)?
9 minutes ago, Eddye said:
i might need some directions on how to do it, all i know is that there's like a battery clock in the motherboard and i have to pull it out wait 5 sec and put it on again
You have to remove the battery for more than 5 seconds. Make sure your PSU is unplugged, and then remove the battery from the motherboard. While it's out, hold down the power button on your case for at least 30 seconds. It's generally best to then leave the battery out for 30 minutes or so just to ensure all power drains from the system. Then once you put the battery back in the CMOS should be reset.