One stick was defective on arrival and ran so hot I burned my hand but was still not being detected. I was warned about Micron memory before but couldn't pass up this deal. Delivery was extremely slow (took over a month and ended up being my last component to arrive) Do yourselves a favor and pay extra for Kingston or some other brand.
Just had to install this, boot up the PC and go into my BIOS and enable the XMP profile and I was off to the races. Works great despite not being on my motherboard QVL of approved RAM
Seems to run at the correct speed according to Windows and the BIOS
Crazy that I got this 32GB kit for less than what a lot of 16GB kits have been selling for in the last year.... stupid smartphone manufacturers and their insatiable demand for memory driving up the prices
always be sure to have the latest BIOS/Firmware/UEFI for your motherboard to ensure maximum compatibility if you're upgrading to different RAM.
I bought a 4GB DDR4 module to upgrade my rig due to lack of memory while multitasking(16gb to 20gb). This module installed fine out of the box and booted without any difficulties. The packaging is easily opened as well which is a plus. The memory module is manufactured by Micron and has a limited lifetime warranty which is another plus. Memory test didn't indicate any problems either.
Might grab another module since dual channel offers better performance for gaming and other tasks.
Usually buy Crucial memory for my builds. This time got 4x4GB=16GB (2 white and 2 gray but these are basically the same) for new AMD Ryzen5 1600 box. AMD Ryzen DDR4 memory bandwidth spec is actually confusing - it states: "Dual Channel - Single Rank * 4DIMMs => 2133MHz max speed". In reality 4DIMMs work at 2400MHz each on the MSI Mortar Arctic B350 motherboard with latest BIOS so I'm quite happy.
Installed easy. 1st time using DDR4 memory Using with a R5 2600 3.4Ghz CPU - obtained the 3000Mhz speeds. Haven't tried to go any faster. Didn't have to do anything special to get it to 3000Mhz speed. Just choose option in BIOS. Choose 3000 speed. Voila. Default speed was 2400Mhz at first boot. I then updated my BIOS. Then ran the optimization programme.
Worked right out of the box with i7 8700 and Asus ROG strix motherboard. Wasn't able to overclock though. I got no post if I pushed it anything passed 2400 with 1.3V. But Got it at a good price. Wish the seller allowed more than one purchase.
Works well, but unable to reach the 3000 mt/s level on Ryzen, even with updated. Can settle for 2933 for games like Overwatch, but had to lower to 2666 in order to prevent crashes in AAA titles such as Ghost Recon Wildlands, Anthem and The Division 2. Still, that "issue" may only represent a 1-3% performance reduction, which for the price and look of RAM, is negligeable.
Works great at XMP Profile 1 @ 3000MHz as advertised. Using these bad boys with a Ryzen 2600X on an ASRock Fatal1ty B450 GAMING-ITX/AC motherboard. Passed Memtest86 with flying colors. Absolutely stable over the past month. Modules look great and accents my black PCB very well. 5/5