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Old 01-21-2016, 02:09 PM
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Good evening, i have by boought 4 modules of 2gb RipJaws, i have installed on my computer, it starts up but the screen stays black, and when i install the old Ram, it works perfect.
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Have you tried the new RAM by itself to see if one can work by itself?

Is the latest RAM single sided? Is the old RAM double sided?
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Old 01-22-2016, 02:02 PM
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Yes, i did it. I left the 4 dimms installed a reasonable time, even each of them, but the screen still keep in black and the computer is on.
The old Ram is G.Skill 2x1gb, f3-10600cl8-2gbhk(double channel) type Performance". I think my mother board is too old for the new Ram and it doesn't recognize them.
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