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I need help with upgradibg my PC.

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Is there a differnece with UDIMM and DIM , as my new one is UDIMM....

So I jsut bought new RAM which is the 1x16GB 3200 and my motherboard is a Asus Motherboard PRIME A320M-K. But when I start to boot my PC tthe screen doesnt load with anything, when I use my old RAM my PC does load. Anyone know what is wrong? My old RAM is a 1x8GB 3000Mhz (that is what it says on the side of the RAM but I think it is 2133)

Would really appreciate help thanks.

 

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22 minutes ago, CalebBodd said:

So I jsut bought new RAM which is the 1x16GB 3200 and my motherboard is a Asus Motherboard PRIME A320M-K. But when I start to boot my PC tthe screen doesnt load with anything, when I use my old RAM my PC does load. Anyone know what is wrong? My old RAM is a 1x8GB 3000Mhz (that is what it says on the side of the RAM but I think it is 2133)

Would really appreciate help thanks.

 

Probably not compatible with your PC. Always check the compatibility list of your MB. Also don't use the 2 sticks together if you are doing that. Test them separately 

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I am doing them seperately, I have checked compatbility and is recomends the same RAM but it says with a lower speed, but when I search up my motherboard model it says it can go up to speeds of 3200???

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8 minutes ago, CalebBodd said:

I am doing them seperately, I have checked compatbility and is recomends the same RAM but it says with a lower speed, but when I search up my motherboard model it says it can go up to speeds of 3200???

Then it goes up to 3200 speed ONLY with specific brands not all

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5 minutes ago, CalebBodd said:

I am doing them seperately, I have checked compatbility and is recomends the same RAM but it says with a lower speed, but when I search up my motherboard model it says it can go up to speeds of 3200???

Sometimes RAM does that. The base speed is technically 2133/2400 (and 2666 on some platforms), and everything over that is an OC that's not guaranteed to work.

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Is there a differnece with UDIMM and DIM , as my new one is UDIMM....

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