Sorry for me English Hi all. Can anyone suggest. Already got the blue screen of wines 10. Everyone looked at the B550 GAMING GEN3 motherboard, 5600g processor, adata d41 spectrix 3200 2x8 memory, are they compatible?
The memory you mentioned is not on the compatibility list.
I want people to understand something at once, because it could be causing a lot of unnecessary fear. I still believe that we should always look at the compatibility matrix so there are no errors, and the biggest reason for incompatibility is partly the fault of AMD and memory manufacturers who do not properly respect the JEDEC (regulating and standardizing body of memory specifications).
It does not mean that if the information of a module is not included in the compatibility list, it is incompatible with your mainboard or any other from MSI. Memory may be incompatible if used in more slots. In my case, the old Chinese Corsair worked very well on an X370, but not with the B550. In 2 slots and in 4 they worked fine on the X370. But in the B550, only in 1 slot. It's a real lottery.
ADATA/XPG usually follow standards. Then you will hardly have any problems. It's really trying. If it doesn't work, return it and try to get another one. I like to use the 4 slots because the RGB is more complete and visually more beautiful.
You need to understand that installing in 2 slots, in the correct positions informed, will almost always work. So, if you intend to get a higher ram density, already plan it for 2 slots. For those, like me, who intend to fill all the slots, the maximum is to follow the compatibility matrix recommendations.
Honestly, fuller compatibility was long overdue. Intel does much better in this regard. That's why AMD stipulated its own standard in addition to Intel's XMP. To give greater reliability.
There is another detail that I failed to mention. The memories are not in fact completely incompatible, the ones that present some kind of problem when put in sets of 2 and 4. If configured in the standard speed of communication. Usually 2666MHz or 2333MHz, may regularly work fine. Of course, it's not what we expected, but until the acquisition of new modules, it can be a way out.
So, whenever possible, try to look at the compatibility matrix. About memories outside the matrix, in the end, what we can do is experience it. If it works, great, if it doesn't, return it and try another one.