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http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ga-z87n-wifi/CT4392311 is supposed to work with that motherboard - I don't see how to get the equivilent part number to match them up with what I got below but the specs look that same on first glance. Any thoughts crucial reps?
M386B4G70BM0-YK00M is CT4496023 and MT36KSZF2G72LDZ-1G6E2A7 is CT4516895. Please let me know if there is anything else
I believe that there will be a 16GB (dual-ranked, DDR3) ECC UDIMM released in the future. There's no ETA on this product currently, however. I would expect there will be more demand for this product in the future as 16GB modules become more commonplace. Please let me know if you have any other questions about this type of RAM. I am sorry for the inconvenience.
In a previous message I asked if CT2KIT102464BA160B 16gb (8x2) was compatible with my Dell 435t/9000 system which had 9gb RAM at the time. Dell, and the Crucial Scanner, says my system is upgradable to 24 gb of RAM. I was told the above part number was indeed compatible with my system.
I just received the above kit and my system is only recognizing 4gb in each of the two banks where I have the 8gb memory cards installed. My system is only showing 16gb instead of the 23gb it should. If it recognizes only 4gb in each bank I wonder why it shows 16gb instead 15gb?
What is happening? I have the scanner results URL listed below.
Thank you in advance
Update: Bios shows 23,552 Ram Installed, but Windows 7 64bit still shows 16gb installed.
Tried going to msconfig -boot- advanced options- I clicked the maximum memory box and tried to enter in the amount of RAM that was supposed to be there ( 23,552 ) but it wouldn't let me enter in more than (16,384). I'm trying everything I know how, plus rereading past posts. No luck so far...I'm thinking it won't recognize more than 4gb per slot for some reason.
Thanks for your post.
I have looked in to this model for you and the maximum memory it can actually support is 2GB which is 2x1GB modules. This means your system has the maximum memory already and you won't be able to add extra memory to the system.
All our products do come with a 45 day money back period and we would be more than happy to arrange a return for you. To arrange this please visit the returns section of our website at the following link: https://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/returns
Once completed we will send you an email with a free post address to send the memory back to us for a full refund. If you would prefer to set this up over the phone then we do have a free phone UK customer support number on 0800 013 0330 or if you're calling from a mobile you can call on a reduced rate on 01355 586 100.
I'm sorry for any confusion this may have cause and if you do have any other questions at all, please let me know.