-the first SLOT works great with both ram sticks
-the second slot (one time didnt wanna work the pc dont boot, i tried both sticks in slot 2 and nothing)
- Now both slots are working but not stable i get BSOD
Yeah from everything I could quickly find online it should at least boot and run as long as there is 1 in slot..
Probably be a good idea to run one stick for a day & then the other just to make sure there reliable. And if so new Motherboard time? Or warranty if not too old?
Welcome. Are the ADATA RAM memories you have on the compatibility list for your CPU and the motherboard you have?
Can you write what motherboard you have? manufacturer and model? And the exact memory model? It seems to me that the memories have a conflict with the processor and that's why they do.
These ADATA memories are not on the list of supported ones on the Gigabyte website.
These are memories intended more for Intel processors, because they have CL 19 at 2666 MHz.
I would suggest choosing the memory supported for the Picasso processor with a frequency of 2933 or 3000 MHz. Ex: Corsair: CMK16GX4M2B3000C15W. And then we turn on XMP to speed them up.
The Ryzen 5 3400G (with embedded graphics) belongs to the Picasso family. So we choose memories for the Picasso family of processors.
what if i overclock these ram sticks ?
- in the gigabyte supported ram list i found a lot of Adata 2666mhz with CL19 and 1.2v ( and these are my spec) its just not the exact same model but my rams have supported specs