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Comments about Crucial 16GB kit (8GBx2) Ballistix 240-pin DIMM DDR3 PC3-12800:
I had DDR2 Crucial Ballistix memory in my old build. I upgraded my machine a few months ago and bought this RAM kit. I wouldnt buy from any other manufacturer, these sticks are the absolute best!
Fast, cool, and well built. Thats the Crucial way.
got a rare bluescreen 0x0000001a "Memory Management".
My Motherboard is a Gigabyte H97 HD3. (Bios F4)
The Crucial Ram is a 8GB-Kit PC3 - 12800 CL9, 1.5v
I tested both sticks (together) with memtest for 12 passes overnight (0 errors),
Does it make sense to test each on its own ?
Are these components incompatible ?
I'm finding lots of post about putting the faster one in the slower slot (it will just perform at the slower speed) but can I go the other way? Can I use my memory from my dell optiplex 755 (5300) in my dell optiplex 360 (6400)? They are both still PC2.
Thank you for contacting us today. It does appear that the memory you are looking at matches the specs of the Micron part, but it has not been tested with your system. We can only guarantee these modules to be compatible with your system: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-memory-for/ASUS/x99-e-ws
However, if you do purchase that kit with us and it does not work we would be happy to refund it if you return it within a 45 day period. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.
Dell have stated (as does Crucial) that the Dell Dimension 9200 XPS 410 (which are bascially the same) only takes 4 x 1GB modules; a maximum of 4GB)
I have read on many forums that 4 x 2GB wsill work. So I purchesd 4 x 3GB mamory modules from Crucial and they worked pefectly.
Ran my PC all weekend (48hours) with 8GB without a glitch and a good performance increase.
my scan shows that my PC has a 1Gb and a 1mb memory modules installed. Also that it has a memory limit of 8192MB. Does this mean I cannot install, for example a 1GB module. Ideally I would install two 2gb modules at least. Any help with my options here would be helpful.