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What 2x16 ram should i get?

I am upgrading my ram from 16gb to 32gb and a set of 4 does not work on my pc. So i am going to get 2x16gb

What would be a good suggestion for my pc


Windows 10 64bit

Asus z87-a motherboard

Processor: intel core i5-4670K CPU @ 3.4GHz, 3401 MHz, 4 cores, 4 logical processors

Bios: American mega trends Inc 2103

graphics: GeForce gtx 660

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If you are running into memory compatibility issues.

There are 2 answers and a PRE-ANSWER.

The pre-answer is that when I want to be sure I have the most support for memory I get my BIOS up to date. Next, if you still have memory compat issues:

1. Go get them from Crucial.com.
2. Buy models that are on your motherboard's RAM QVL.

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Won't work

8GB max per slot.

Very few users need more than 16GB.
Tell why you think you need 32GB.

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That's what Crucial writes as well.

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