Does anyone have any ideia if there is a memory-processor compatible problem? I don't think so, cuz on the memory kit it says its for i3, i5 and i7 processors. But still the system doesn't work properly with it installed.
thanks for any help provided
Based on the behavior and the system configuration we can expect some issues using this memory since it is designed at 1600Mhz. This Processor requires memory designed at 1066 or 1333Mhz and 1.5 volts. Check the memory specifications at:
Working out of these specifications will force the memory controller to downgrade the speed to 1333Mhz. This will be causing a discrepancy between the memory and the Processor that will affect the system performance and also may damage the Processor.
I did suspect that after taking in to consideration the memory type on the intel page.
I looked at some of the Specifications on certain motherboard with the H77 chipset, and it says that 1600 speed RAM can only be used with 3rd generation Processors. However, I believe that RAM compatability is based on how the specific Motherboard Model Number. I am wary about RAM compatibility with Intel motherboards because Intel tends to stick strictly to the motherboard Specifications. Some motherboard may let you use 1600 DDR3 based on overclocking (OC). Please be careful and dont just buy things based on what you think or someone you know told you.