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Windows 7: 8GB Ram no detect in 32bit & in 64bit it not running in its full speed

22 Feb 2020   #11
truemate

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 & Win10 x64bit LTSC
 
 

Plz reply fast...as the return policy time will end...and I can't return this RAM back...money wasted


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22 Feb 2020   #12
iko22

Windows 7 x64, Vista x64, 8.1 smartphone
 
 

You really need RAM with matched frequencies and latency timings. If the RAM has XMP profiles, then all the better.

If you still can return one of the RAMs in its original packaging, then I'd return the Kingston model.
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22 Feb 2020   #13
truemate

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 & Win10 x64bit LTSC
 
 

This no one told me before...that latency timing need to be matched too...all bloody sales guy in form of technician..they just want to sell their product..
Now when I come to know abt this issue they r like tight lip...half knowledge/brain is dangerous than empty brain.

So iko22, it's no way to tweak their settings to make them run in same latency timings to get 800mhz.
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22 Feb 2020   #14
iko22

Windows 7 x64, Vista x64, 8.1 smartphone
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by truemate View Post

So iko22, it's no way to tweak their settings to make them run in same latency timings to get 800mhz.
Short answer, is yes you can tweak RAM sticks, but not those RAM sticks.

Longer answer:
Some people have quite successfully tweaked their RAM specifications in their computer rig. They buy special RAM with effective heat spreaders, on RAM models that have reputation for being able to tweak.

Your basic RAM (the Kingston model) is not designed for being used under such conditions. If you try change parameters in BIOS, I suspect the RAM will just fall over, and the operating system will fail.

If you change any RAM parameters, then always run MEMTEST afterwards, to test the reliability of your changes.
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22 Feb 2020   #15
truemate

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 & Win10 x64bit LTSC
 
 

So this kingston is like I can't do anything to it..
But what abt Corsair can it will be adjust thru parameters to make it adjust with kingston timings ?
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4 Weeks Ago   #16
iko22

Windows 7 x64, Vista x64, 8.1 smartphone
 
 

Yes, in a nutshell, I think you are right.

But, it is not the brand "Kingston" that is the problem, it is because you have only invested in their budget memory sticks. If you had 8GB of Kingston model RAM, then you'd be okay, as you would not need to match any parameters manually.

The "corsair" model are better grade of RAM. Again, it is not the brand, it is because you have invested in better grade RAM sticks. BUT they do not match the "Kingston" for parameters. Therefore, you need to manually set the parameters for both RAM sticks, in BIOS, to match the values of the "Kingston". Then run MEMTEST to double check the RAM reliability.
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4 Weeks Ago   #17
Barman58

Windows 10 Pro x64 1909 - 18363.657 XP/Vista/Win7/Win8.1 in VM for testing
 
 

As with anything if your motherboard allows you to adjust your RAM parameters, you can adjust the fasted (best) to match the worst, there is no point in trying to set the parameters of the worst RAM to match the Best as it is incapable of achieving the speed of the best.

The other issue is that in a mixed RAM scenario, the system should automatically match the highest performance RAM to the Lower performance RAM, this is to prevent issues when running

If you overclocked the lower rated RAM to match the higher you might have an improvement overall for a short time - until the RAM failed.

You should only buy RAM from specialists - Online is usually best as they sell more so prices per unit are lower. always try to buy RAM in the size you require in total or if you upgrade ensure the additional RAM matches the Older
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4 Weeks Ago   #18
iko22

Windows 7 x64, Vista x64, 8.1 smartphone
 
 

The OP could adjust RAM parameters to underclock the better RAM to match the lower performing RAM.

While this is not a good idea when buying RAM, given that is what is now available to you, then that is the best and most reliable match.
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2 Weeks Ago   #19
truemate

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 & Win10 x64bit LTSC
 
 

sorry friends for the late reply....

actually u all right,,, thats not possible to match this budget kingstone ram with corsair one.. i try every way.. even changed it timings but...nope... sys was getting little slow... as it jumping back to that 1300mhz speed...

So i decided to give it back...
Now running corsair in XMP mode to 1600mhz 9-9-9-24
and yea i even formatted my pc and now on 64bit..

i really see some performance by jumping to 64bit and running ram (xmp) in max freq :)
actually it performing better compare to that 2 RAM stick formula of diff Timings
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