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Does anyone know if these report temperatures? I have an Adata 3600 kit that doesn't report temps and the RGB will randomly stop talking to my software, wondering if these would be better.
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Quote from AmusedVolcano1204 :
Does anyone know if these report temperatures? I have an Adata 3600 kit that doesn't report temps and the RGB will randomly stop talking to my software, wondering if these would be better.
This is budget RAM, and I don't believe temperature sensors are included. They do have colored aluminum heat spreaders to keep the RAM cool, but if you want to monitor the temperature, I think, although I might be wrong, that you'll need an RGB kit.
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This is budget RAM, and I don't believe temperature sensors are included. They do have colored aluminum heat spreaders to keep the RAM cool, but if you want to monitor the temperature, I think, although I might be wrong, that you'll need an RGB kit.
correct. RGB and MAX kits have temp sensors.
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Random question - does anyone know if these are compatible with Dell XPS 8940 PC deal which recently came by?
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Quote from Slayer.I.Am :
Random question - does anyone know if these are compatible with Dell XPS 8940 PC deal which recently came by?
Same question. Bought that rig. Will it fit? Not sure cuz of the speeds
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Same question. Bought that rig. Will it fit? Not sure cuz of the speeds
Slayer.I.AmRandom question - does anyone know if these are compatible with Dell XPS 8940 PC deal which recently came by?
I answered this question in a different thread, so I'll quote what I wrote there:
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Look at Table 5 in the manual, see https://dl.dell.com/topicspdf/xps..._en-us.pdf You've got 4 memory slots, each slot is capable of taking 32 GB of 3200 MHZ RAM. That's right, it's 3200 MHZ that's run at either 2666 MHz/2933 MHz because of the limitations of the Intel processor..
This memory will be fine. You just won't be able to run it at full speed because of the Intel processor. If you might be interested in a 32 GB kit, see https://slickdeals.net/f/15079120-32gb-16gbx2-cl16-crucial-ballistix-3200-mhz-desktop-gaming-memory-in-red-for-157-99-at-amazon-and-newegg
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Quote from lovemydeal :
I answered this question in a different thread, so I'll quote what I wrote there:


This memory will be fine. You just won't be able to run it at full speed because of the Intel processor. If you might be interested in a 32 GB kit, see https://slickdeals.net/f/15079120-32gb-16gbx2-cl16-crucial-ballistix-3200-mhz-desktop-gaming-memory-in-red-for-157-99-at-amazon-and-newegg
It runs JEDEC non XMP settings.

JEDEC 3200 sticks exist but most high clocked XMP ram is JEDEC 2133/2400/2666.. This specific kit is a 2666 default, though the ram itself can be programmed for anything up to 3200 from factory. They do this for basic compatibility ensuring it works on most systems and or if theres an issue with the XMP profile.

See: https://www.techpowerup.com/revie...-gb/4.html

This is an example of a JEDEC 3200 kit. It will likely run 3200mhz out of the box if supported by bios.. even if the chip doesn't natively support the speed.
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