I would like to add memory (16GB) to my ASUS motherboard and am looking for compatible memory without having to replace the existing memory. I have not been able to find the original Crucial product.
This is a very difficult question answer. Safest route is to buy the exact same kit, hoping that Crucial hasn't changed it too much since. Now, Crucial generally isn't too bad since they're owned by Micron. To my knowledge, they always use Micron IC's unlike most other manufacturers.
I'd list the exact model of the RAM and you motherboard. We'll see what we can dig up. 3600 CL16 is going to be a little rough with four sticks. It's probably Micron E-Die. If you can't find that, Hynix CJR/DJR might play well with it in that frequency/latency area. Might have to tweak it manually and either come down on the frequency or loosen it to CL18.
thank you. I will look for these specific products..
My motherboard is ASUS B550-F Gaming and I will followup with more details on the memory
We'll see what we can tell you. Similarly specced Crucial RAM is probably going to be alright. Anything else is a real gamble.
8GB DDR4-3600 W/XMP
Looks like Micron E-Die, I don't see any comparable Crucial kits in our inventory. I'd recommend tossing what you have and getting a 2x16GB 3600 C16 kit to replace it.
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