b450m pro-m2 max Memory Compatible

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i want to know if the crucial memory CT8G4DFS8266 M8FE 8GB DDR4 2666 UDIMM 1.2V CL19 91E75 D9VPP is compatible with b450m pro-m2 max motherboard?
 

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Yes, should work fine, but i wouldn't buy that RAM new, because it's rather slow. Unless you are building a really low-cost system. Well, judging by the motherboard, i guess that's exactly what this is.
 
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I understand.

Now I need help with another problem, I have a R3 1200 installed on this same msi b450 board and a nvidia gt 730 ddr3 2gb card and it emits 6 long beeps and does not show image , what do you think it could be?
 

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Yes. It probably means the card is not compatible with the BIOS in pure UEFI mode, because it lacks a so-called GOP in its firmware.
You can read more about that here: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?...ios-when-using-an-older-graphics-card.376415/
If you are lucky, this works for the NVIDIA: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/drivers/nv-uefi-update-x64/

If you install the very latest BIOS (beta version), it might have a workaround for the problem, https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/B450M-PRO-M2-MAX/support
Or if not, you might at least need to disable Secure Boot.
 
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When I bought this motherboard came with a factory BIOS with which it presented these problems that appear on the page you just gave me, sometimes I could enter the bios, or other times the screen was black and did not load anything. All this happens with the NVIDIA GT 730 video card, I have another NVIDIA 210 also happens the same, three beeps.

I tried the solutions provided, but I had no luck, apparently I will have to upgrade the video card.

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When I bought this motherboard came with a factory BIOS with which it presented these problems that appear on the page you just gave me, sometimes I could enter the bios, or other times the screen was black and did not load anything. All this happens with the NVIDIA GT 730 video card, I have another NVIDIA 210 also happens the same, three beeps.

I tried the solutions provided, but I had no luck, apparently I will have to upgrade the video card.

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You Can use the Forum Bios tool to flash to a previous version of your Motherboard bios.
It will allow you to blind flash the bios

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Use this Bios 1.2.0.6
 
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Sorry, I don't seem to have said it. The bios that I have installed is the one that AlanJT just gave me, also I can not enter the boot with f11 because when I turn on the pc the beeps sound and does not show image, sorry if you do not understand, I do not speak English, I use a translator. Anyway I will do what the guide says
 

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Sorry, I don't seem to have said it. The bios that I have installed is the one that AlanJT just gave me, also I can not enter the boot with f11 because when I turn on the pc the beeps sound and does not show image, sorry if you do not understand, I do not speak English, I use a translator. Anyway I will do what the guide says
Starting to sound like you have a Hardware problem.
Can you test the GPU in a another computer.

Also can you list all of you computer hardware
Including make and model of PSU

Should look something like this

MSI MAG X570S TOMAHAWK MAX WIFI
BIOS AMD AGESA-1.2.0.7
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12 Core
Radeon RX 6800 Sapphire Pulse.
G.Skill Ripjaws V 64GB F4-3200C16D-16GVK
1TB SPATIUM M480 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 7000-MBps
2TB NVMe PCIe 3.0 Game Drive 3300-MBps
Four 2TB SATA SSD and Two 4TB SATA SSD in Raid 0
Enermax D.F Series 850W PSU
CPU cooler MSI MAG CORELIQUID P240
Windows 10 Pro
 
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Well, the problem apparently was two things, I think.

First, I disassembled the processor and removed the memory, to my surprise, the processor had some bent pins, so I carefully straightened the pins and left them as they were originally, and installed it again. Then I tried another different memory although of the same brand Crucial and I installed it and ready, it worked, it showed image and I could enter the BIOS-UEFI.

The model of the memory that I have installed and that worked is: CT8G4DFRA266.M4FF 8GB.
Crucial 8GB DDR4-2666 UDIMM
CT8G4DFRA266


So I did a clear cmos and left it configured as CSM and not as UEFI, and now I am writing this from the pc.

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Bent pins not good but at least it is up and working now :beerchug:
 
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