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Team Group Edition 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 PC4-28800C16 3600MHz Dual Channel Kit

Discussion in 'Memory' started by Adarsh, 26 Apr 2020.

  1. Adarsh

    Associate

    Joined: 26 Apr 2020

    Posts: 2

    Hi,

    I just built an AMD PC, however, the RAM I got(Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3600 (PC4-28800) C18) turned out to be a faulty one. Did the tests mentioned on this forum(Removed one stick and tested with a single stick), both sticks fail(Ran memtest86, found multiple errors). My motherboard is Asus TUF x570 Gaming Plus paired with a Ryzen 7 3700x.

    I was looking at:
    Team Group Edition 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 PC4-28800C16 3600MHz Dual Channel Kit as a replacement. Its not listed on the Memory QVL, however on the below link, it says its Ryzen 3000 8 pack approved and compatible.
    https://www.overclockers.co.uk/team...3600mhz-dual-channel-kit-black-my-08q-tg.html

    Could someone please help me with the decision as the other RAM modules that I have looked at which are present in the QVL are either very expensive or out of stock.

    Thanks

    [Edit] updated with the test name and methodology
     
    Last edited: 27 Apr 2020
  2. lnoton

    Mobster

    Joined: 14 Apr 2009

    Posts: 3,775

    Location: Cheshire

    Works fine bud. Have the same and just order more for a fully 32gb across all slots.

    Expensive, but I like the look of it.
     
  3. lnoton

    Mobster

    Joined: 14 Apr 2009

    Posts: 3,775

    Location: Cheshire

    Out of interest what fails? How does it fail?

    Having two dimms fail is very rare. Although can happen.
     
  4. Adarsh

    Associate

    Joined: 26 Apr 2020

    Posts: 2

    Thanks :) Although I can't yet afford 32GB, I will go with the 16GB for now.

    My RAM is slotted in A2 and B2, removed one from A2, ran test again: got errors when running memtest86, This is what I meant by failed, sorry for any confusion. Did the same procedure for the other RAM slot, that failed with multiple errors too. Don't remember the exact number of errors, but I guess I drew the short straw in the lottery.