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For anyone wondering what was the conclusion in this.I contacted ASUS as well to be safe and they told me:I bought a Crucial memory with same timings, voltage and clock and now it works perfectly fine with the other stick in Dual Channel.
I took some screenshots from CPU-Z.It says that the frequency is 800MHz, should I assume that it should be 1600MHz but since it is running in single channel it is running at half the speed?
I have the Asus N500JV laptop which came with a single 8GB generic Samsung RAM stick. I now want to buy another 8GB in order to have a total of 16GB. My problem is I do not know which one to choose. My questions are these: * Will any 8GB stick do? * Do I need a specific frequency? * Does it need to be Samsung? * Any sticks you would like to recommend to me? I have pictures of the Samsung stick but I could not find any information on it.
I have the i3 3250 and kingston hyperx 1866 2x4GB ram. Will the Asus H61M-K work well with my cpu and ram?
So my friends mobo is fine, her cpu though is fried.
Actually as I wrote on another thread :I got a call from the technician, looks like my luck can decrease even further.My mobo is a cpu eater. Any cpu that is inserted gets fried. My CPU got fried, my friends CPU got fried and the technicians CPU got fried.This is by far the weirdest tech case I have seen.
Well at least my friend is going to get a slightly better CPU from this so at least she gets something lol.
I got a call from the technician, looks like my luck can decrease even further. My mobo is a cpu eater. Any cpu that is inserted gets fried. My CPU got fried, my friends CPU got fried and the technicians CPU got fried. This is by far the weirdest tech case I have seen.
I hooked the CPU on a second system and the system booted but did not show anything on display. Same with the mobo but then it did not even try to boot.
I tested the mobo and cpu in another computer and none of them work, looks like both of them somehow got fried. Not only that but I managed to make my friends mobo to be in an instant loop state after I cleared it's cmos...I gave up and took both mobo's and cpus to a technician for diagnosing.All in all both my CPU and mobo got fried out of the blue and I managed to get my friends mobo stuck in a boot-loop state.
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