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    Have you phoned support? If this is impacting all...

    Have you phoned support? If this is impacting all of the ProArt boards they might know something.
  2. A kit is best, yes, but unless you replace the...

    A kit is best, yes, but unless you replace the existing stick on the back of the board the next best thing is whatever the manufacturer is offering in the same line. Theoretically the same line of...
  3. Read the sticky rules at the top of that section....

    Read the sticky rules at the top of that section. You must have an existing RMA # to request an inquiry. That section is only to escalate an RMA gone wrong, nothing else.
  4. No, as I posted previously you could add a single...

    No, as I posted previously you could add a single 16GB stick to the easy access side and it will work. If one is true then either of the easy access slots will do this. If the other is true then one...
  5. OK, I think I understand now. You're saying 144hz...

    OK, I think I understand now. You're saying 144hz isn't even provided as an option? I thought you meant you selected it and it just failed to produce a picture.

    Anyway, based on your experience of...
  6. @Popel Yes your screenshot confirms it's a...

    @Popel

    Yes your screenshot confirms it's a single stick on the back. You were correct but it's always best to check before making any purchase decisions. It makes me feel better anyway. :)

    If...
  7. Wow, really? That doesn't jive with the video you...

    Wow, really? That doesn't jive with the video you posted in the other thread. That guy put both modules on the back side. I hope he checked it before shipping it back to the customer.
  8. To have a valid comparison you would need to try...

    To have a valid comparison you would need to try 1080p 144hz with both monitors. A higher resolution requires more bandwidth which might not be reachable with your hardware. Given that it's older...
  9. Because the memory is mismatched it's running at...

    Because the memory is mismatched it's running at a lower default in order to ensure stability. You want to get a module that closely matches the original memory, or even better you want to replace...
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    The CPU/GPU sensors are inside of the chip...

    The CPU/GPU sensors are inside of the chip packages. Most CPUs will actually have multiple sensors so they can track individual cores vs the overall package temperature.
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    I would keep an eye on ebay. This type of part...

    I would keep an eye on ebay. This type of part can be hard to find new but sometimes people will part out a monitor with a broken LCD so these parts will become available. To help your search I would...
  12. Yes, I've found that if it's stable past 100%...

    Yes, I've found that if it's stable past 100% then it should be fine. Anything is possible so there may be some situations where instabilities show up later but that would be highly unusual in my...
  13. Dual channel = two channels. You want to have...

    Dual channel = two channels. You want to have memory in each channel in order for it to work in parallel. If you put everything in the same channel it would be addressed linearly = single channel...
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    You can always find this information on the main...

    You can always find this information on the main manufacturer site. Find your model, go to support, go to CPU support. Find the CPU model. In your case that CPU is validated since 1803 or later....
  15. I'd check what channel you're on and cross...

    I'd check what channel you're on and cross reference that with info on the Honeywell as to whether it can reach that channel. Not all devices can actually use all channels so I've had similar issues...
  16. As low as possible while remaining stable with...

    As low as possible while remaining stable with something like HCI memtest. Higher voltage beyond what is necessary to maintain stability doesn't do anything except generate more heat. The only reason...
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    If you are still within the warranty period (and...

    If you are still within the warranty period (and it sounds like you are) I would send it in for RMA. There's no way to tell from the outside if it's a poorly seated cable, damaged cable, or something...
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    Der8auer on Youtube did some Chia testing on SSD...

    Der8auer on Youtube did some Chia testing on SSD wear levels. You might want to check out his video before planning your build. Based on his findings I wouldn't recommend RAID 0. The higher...
  19. The video that was linked (in the other thread?)...

    The video that was linked (in the other thread?) indicated that they got dual channel performance installing only two on the back. That would indicate that there is one slot from each of the two...
  20. Installing an oversized DIMM would not hurt the...

    Installing an oversized DIMM would not hurt the machine. The worst case is it just wouldn't work. That said, usually the "limit" is because that's what has been tested, not because there's any actual...
  21. What you described might work, I just don't know....

    What you described might work, I just don't know. If you decide to try it please post the results here for others.
  22. A USB stick must be specially formatted to be...

    A USB stick must be specially formatted to be bootable. There are guides online as to how to do this.

    But these days I just run HCI Memtest in Windows. Much easier.
  23. First check HWINFO before you buy anything. If it...

    First check HWINFO before you buy anything. If it says you're in dual channel then you have 2x8GB vs 1x16GB. Even if other people may have had 1x16 that can change over time so double check your...
  24. If a board comes with a block and you remove it...

    If a board comes with a block and you remove it then you would need to replace it with heatsinks and perhaps add a fan. Look at similar air cooled boards for an example.

    The best place to find an...
  25. You can try setting the hard drive not to turn...

    You can try setting the hard drive not to turn off (0 minutes). This has helped me.
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