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04-18-2023 05:39 AM - edited 04-18-2023 05:45 AM
Hi, what is the right memory for this PC? In the data sheet it says that it mounts this type of RAM: Kingston FURY 16 GB DDR5-4400 MHz XMP RGB Heatsink RAM (2 x 8 GB). I can't find kingston fury 4400 MHz anywhere. What RAM to buy to add 16GB?
04-18-2023 07:18 AM
Your system spec shows the following possibilities
Kingston FURY XMP RGB 16 GB
Amount: 16 GB
Speed: PC5-41600 MB/s
Memory upgrade information
Dual channel (two DIMMs per channel) memory architecture
Four DDR4 UDIMM (288-pin) sockets
Supports up to PC5-41600 (DDR5-5200) for 125 W K-series CPU
Supports PC5-28800 (DDR5-3600) to PC5-35200 (DDR5-4400) on select models
Supports 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB DDR5 UDIMMs
Supports up to 4 GB on 32-bit systems
If you have PC5-41600 you should not add DDR5-4400 and vice-versa
40L are custom systems and it is best to get identical ram. Please bring up the windows command prompt and run the following command (copy and paste into the cmd window)
wmic memorychip get devicelocator, capacity, speed, MemoryType, formfactor, partnumber, manufacturer
The above shows that only two of the 6 chips can be identified without having to physically remove them and look at their label. However, you should also download and run CPU-z which can find items that wmic does not shows. For example, one of the missing ram items are corsair memory and it is single rank
Please post the Kingston part number and if it single or dual rank. You can always contact Kingston, provide the part number shown by wmic or cpuz and ask what they recommend. They have 30 day returns.
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