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  • Capacity: 32GB (2 x 16GB)
  • Type: 288-Pin PC RAM
  • Speed: DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
  • CAS Latency: 16
  • Timing: 16-20-20-40
  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Chipset: Intel XMP 2.0

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So looks like some chrome optimization issues. Check chrome settings and turn off keep chrome running in the background and another option called background sync or let websites keeps sending data even when closed (forgot the exact wording). These options usually don't let chrome close all the way and probably the reason you need to end task. Its a good idea to get an extension called onetab save open tabs your not using there in which you can come back to later. It's also a good idea to restart windows (not shutdown since windows turned shutdown into hibernate (setting can be turned off as well)) at least once a week.
Not to deter from the original question, but how in God's holy name did you end up with a $2500 computer that has only 16gb of RAM?

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back to the price two years ago
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I guess Dell pc has enough space for the heat spreader.
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DRAM prices to drop 3-8% due to Ukraine war, inflation
https://www.theregister.com/2022/...ices_drop/
"weak PC demand"

DDR5 Memory Prices To Keep Falling As AMD Gets To Ready To Launch Zen 4
https://hothardware.com/news/ddr5...unch-zen-4
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Will these work in non-XMP motherboards (Dell Inspiron or Optiplex) at 3200 speeds?

Sometimes these specialty modules won't work at all in non-XMP systems because they don't put a decent default profile in the SPD.
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Nice price, $2.65 per GB for the DDR4.

Looks like I'll be building a new system this Dec. with new cpu, motherboard, PSU, GPU and DDR5.
Fleabay will be flooded with older cpu motherboard combos, GPU's and DDR4.
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Can someone please help me.

I just bought a $2500 computer that came with 2 x 8 GB = 16 GB of ram 3200 MHz. 16-20-20

https://imgur.com/a/lOdm8M6

Specs website: https://www.ibuypower.com/Retail/TraceMR234i

I haven't even really played games but I never used up all 16gb of ram nor crashed. My only problem is I use google chrome after a few hours. I sometimes have 20 tabs open. A lot of them are youtube videos or twitch. My google chrome becomes less smooth and laggy. Even closing the tabs don't help. I would close all 19 tabs it will still lag. The only way I know how to solve this is this restart the computer or alt control delete and end google chrome task that way. Then reopen google chrome, everything is back to normal and smooth.

I've heard both. If you're not using all 16gb of ram. It won't help. But I also heard 32gb, less stress. if you're using say 14 gb of ram out of your 32, it's easier.

Will a 32GB ram help me or nah? Does anyone know why google chrome is super slow and not smooth after like 20 tabs open and why it doesn't become smooth again when closing tabs normally. Thank you
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Quote from TeacH168 :
Can someone please help me.

I just bought a $2500 computer that came with 2 x 8 GB = 16 GB of ram 3200 MHz. 16-20-20

https://imgur.com/a/lOdm8M6

Specs website: https://www.ibuypower.com/Retail/TraceMR234i

I haven't even really played games but I never used up all 16gb of ram nor crashed. My only problem is I use google chrome after a few hours. I sometimes have 20 tabs open. A lot of them are youtube videos or twitch. My google chrome becomes less smooth and laggy. Even closing the tabs don't help. I would close all 19 tabs it will still lag. The only way I know how to solve this is this restart the computer or alt control delete and end google chrome task that way. Then reopen google chrome, everything is back to normal and smooth.

I've heard both. If you're not using all 16gb of ram. It won't help. But I also heard 32gb, less stress. if you're using say 14 gb of ram out of your 32, it's easier.

Will a 32GB ram help me or nah? Does anyone know why google chrome is super slow and not smooth after like 20 tabs open and why it doesn't become smooth again when closing tabs normally. Thank you
i would try to clear cache and cookies first under chrome's setting.
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Quote from TeacH168 :
Can someone please help me.

I just bought a $2500 computer that came with 2 x 8 GB = 16 GB of ram 3200 MHz. 16-20-20

https://imgur.com/a/lOdm8M6

Specs website: https://www.ibuypower.com/Retail/TraceMR234i

I haven't even really played games but I never used up all 16gb of ram nor crashed. My only problem is I use google chrome after a few hours. I sometimes have 20 tabs open. A lot of them are youtube videos or twitch. My google chrome becomes less smooth and laggy. Even closing the tabs don't help. I would close all 19 tabs it will still lag. The only way I know how to solve this is this restart the computer or alt control delete and end google chrome task that way. Then reopen google chrome, everything is back to normal and smooth.

I've heard both. If you're not using all 16gb of ram. It won't help. But I also heard 32gb, less stress. if you're using say 14 gb of ram out of your 32, it's easier.

Will a 32GB ram help me or nah? Does anyone know why google chrome is super slow and not smooth after like 20 tabs open and why it doesn't become smooth again when closing tabs normally. Thank you
I had a similar problem like this years ago and it had something to do with my hard drive. If you have a secondary drive try installing your browser on that otherwise look up firmware and software updates.
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my desktop currently has 2x8GB 3200 memory in slots 1 and 3. It also has two empty slots. If I were to get this memory, what is the optimal way to install them? Should I install them in the empty slots or move the existing memory to the other slots first? Or does it matter?
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if you have sufficient RAM, you should disable or reduce your pagefile.
deselect let Windows manage virtual memory.
preallocate a small 4-8GB pagefile.

that way Windows doesn't allocate more HDD/SSD as your usage increases, you'll use real RAM or the preallocated space

if in doubt check your Chrome RAM usage in task manager when it starts to lag

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Can someone please help me.

I just bought a $2500 computer that came with 2 x 8 GB = 16 GB of ram 3200 MHz. 16-20-20

https://imgur.com/a/lOdm8M6

Specs website: https://www.ibuypower.com/Retail/TraceMR234i

I haven't even really played games but I never used up all 16gb of ram nor crashed. My only problem is I use google chrome after a few hours. I sometimes have 20 tabs open. A lot of them are youtube videos or twitch. My google chrome becomes less smooth and laggy. Even closing the tabs don't help. I would close all 19 tabs it will still lag. The only way I know how to solve this is this restart the computer or alt control delete and end google chrome task that way. Then reopen google chrome, everything is back to normal and smooth.

I've heard both. If you're not using all 16gb of ram. It won't help. But I also heard 32gb, less stress. if you're using say 14 gb of ram out of your 32, it's easier.

Will a 32GB ram help me or nah? Does anyone know why google chrome is super slow and not smooth after like 20 tabs open and why it doesn't become smooth again when closing tabs normally. Thank you
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Quote from TeacH168 :
Can someone please help me.

I just bought a $2500 computer that came with 2 x 8 GB = 16 GB of ram 3200 MHz. 16-20-20

https://imgur.com/a/lOdm8M6

Specs website: https://www.ibuypower.com/Retail/TraceMR234i

I haven't even really played games but I never used up all 16gb of ram nor crashed. My only problem is I use google chrome after a few hours. I sometimes have 20 tabs open. A lot of them are youtube videos or twitch. My google chrome becomes less smooth and laggy. Even closing the tabs don't help. I would close all 19 tabs it will still lag. The only way I know how to solve this is this restart the computer or alt control delete and end google chrome task that way. Then reopen google chrome, everything is back to normal and smooth.

I've heard both. If you're not using all 16gb of ram. It won't help. But I also heard 32gb, less stress. if you're using say 14 gb of ram out of your 32, it's easier.

Will a 32GB ram help me or nah? Does anyone know why google chrome is super slow and not smooth after like 20 tabs open and why it doesn't become smooth again when closing tabs normally. Thank you
So looks like some chrome optimization issues. Check chrome settings and turn off keep chrome running in the background and another option called background sync or let websites keeps sending data even when closed (forgot the exact wording). These options usually don't let chrome close all the way and probably the reason you need to end task. Its a good idea to get an extension called onetab save open tabs your not using there in which you can come back to later. It's also a good idea to restart windows (not shutdown since windows turned shutdown into hibernate (setting can be turned off as well)) at least once a week.
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my desktop currently has 2x8GB 3200 memory in slots 1 and 3. It also has two empty slots. If I were to get this memory, what is the optimal way to install them? Should I install them in the empty slots or move the existing memory to the other slots first? Or does it matter?
nope, since they are exact matches you may run into some issues though

timings/speed may be different due to mismatch pairs but you can mess around in the bios to see what works with both of them

if you end up with compatibility issues (regarding speeds/timing) may be better to just use the 2x16 sticks by themselves
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Quote from TeacH168 :
Can someone please help me.

I just bought a $2500 computer that came with 2 x 8 GB = 16 GB of ram 3200 MHz. 16-20-20

https://imgur.com/a/lOdm8M6

Specs website: https://www.ibuypower.com/Retail/TraceMR234i

I haven't even really played games but I never used up all 16gb of ram nor crashed. My only problem is I use google chrome after a few hours. I sometimes have 20 tabs open. A lot of them are youtube videos or twitch. My google chrome becomes less smooth and laggy. Even closing the tabs don't help. I would close all 19 tabs it will still lag. The only way I know how to solve this is this restart the computer or alt control delete and end google chrome task that way. Then reopen google chrome, everything is back to normal and smooth.

I've heard both. If you're not using all 16gb of ram. It won't help. But I also heard 32gb, less stress. if you're using say 14 gb of ram out of your 32, it's easier.

Will a 32GB ram help me or nah? Does anyone know why google chrome is super slow and not smooth after like 20 tabs open and why it doesn't become smooth again when closing tabs normally. Thank you
Not to deter from the original question, but how in God's holy name did you end up with a $2500 computer that has only 16gb of RAM?
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