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Anyone else use G.SKILL TridentZ Series with ASRock AB350M Pro4 AM4 AMD??

I get three beeps on the motherboard. Tried every combination with my Ram sticks, and nothing works.

 

Does anyone else have this combo? PC Part Picker says they work.

 

Motherboard

 

RAM

 

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Asrock 3 beep code means no ram detected.  This code is different than Bad Ram, which wouldn't give you a code.  Perhaps it's not seated correctly? Without different ram, it's hard to give you testing options.

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I think you didnt seat it correctly, when you push it in you should get a click, you do not pull up those clips on the sides.

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So it still isn't working, even though I tried a new type of RAM. Corsair Vengeance. I notice my AMD Ryzen 7 1700 processor does not support higher than 2667 mhz. All the Ram sticks I got were 3000.

 

Does that mean I should get 2667 MHZ RAM? Should I update the motherboard? This is the RAM I'm being told to get.

 

https://www.amazon.com/G-SKILL-Flare-288-Pin-Memory-F4-3200C14D-16GFX/dp/B06XFT7DF9/ref=cm_cr_srp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

 

But it's still 3000, even though it's "made for Ryzen."

 

Should I get a new motherboard as well?

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