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Stability problem with g.skill ram

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  • Stability problem with g.skill ram

    Hello.
    I am italian and I have a pc with this configuration: seasonic 650w power supply, motherboard gigabyte ga-h170-d3hp with bios f20c, cpu intel skylake i7 6700 and memory g.skill trident z 32 GB (f4-3200c16d-32gtza) and I have stability problems with crash often on games and some times also in the application, for example after install a driver and reboot the system. I also have a radeon rx480 8 gb videocard. I have download thaiphoon software and I set manually the timing read in spd in the bios, but I don't know this software and i have very difficulties to use it.

    Now I attach the thaiphoon screenshots with the timing, would it be possible to know through the thaiphoon also the RAM writing timings, which are currently set on auto in the bios ???
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    Test one at a time to see if a stick performs differently than others.

    Which slots do you have them installed in? They should be in the same color slots furthest away from the CPU
    Are you an overclocker? Have screen shots of your OC results? Please post and share your OC experience!

    The new G.Skill Overclocking Section!

    http://www.gskill.us/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=43

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