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  1. You're welcome, and thank you for responding. I've replied to the questions that you sent me.
  2. Thank you for that. I knew there was some, floating around somewhere. =) Sadly, it doesn't say anything about the specific RAM stick orientation. I'll need to look up a guide for that; I'm sure a quick google search will be fine. Well, yes. It does seem to recognise every aspect of the Chips, other than being able to label it as DDR4. So no, it's not a big issue. I just felt that any bug; small or not, was worth reporting.
  3. I think you're misunderstanding the point of this post, lol. I'm not asking for help. I'm not trying to troubleshoot an issue. I simply wished to report a bug, for the Piriform developers to see.. Nevertheless, I'll oblige your question. Here: This simply displays the speed (in milliseconds) and the voltage of each chip on the RAM stick.
  4. As can be seen in the screenshots I provided, the RAM sticks are from 2015. I purchased my Dell XPS 8900, in April of this year; 2016. I'm fairly certain that Dell has a digital documentation somewhere, but no. It didn't come with a manual. And no, lol. I think you've misunderstood/skimmed what I typed out. My motherboard supports DDR4 RAM. I explained that I wasn't sure what the proper ''order'' the sticks needed to be in. Quad Channel and Dual Channel performance entirely depends on the orientation of the sticks. With that said, there's most likely documentation of sorts online somewhere, detailing this. Regardless, my RAM installation isn't the issue here. It's been about a month since I installed the new RAM. Everything runs and functions perfectly. I just recently (today) became extra curious about this, so I decided to create this forum account and post about Speccy's behaviour. But yeah. I was thinking along the same lines -- Speccy may not be coded to recognise DDR4 yet.
  5. Charlie, do you think that you could possibly type out the questions that you would be asking? Some people (such as myself) may not have any interest in vocal feedback. I prefer to type, as I am much more comfortable and eloquent with it. The reason being, is that I have Asperger's Syndrome.
  6. First off, hello lol. I'm new to these forums. Just thought I would register, to post a bug report. So, I have 24GB of DDR4 RAM @2133MHz and speccy seems to not want to display the type. It simply reads as ''24.0GB Dual-Channel Unknown @1063MHz (15-15-15-36)''. Here's a screenshot of the summary: And a screenshot of all four slots: As you can see, it lists the RAM as DDR4 in Max Bandwidth whilst looking at the specific slots; but the ''Type'' is still shown as ''Unknown''. The RAM sticks are snugly within their slots. As for placing the RAM sticks into the correct slots, I'm uncertain what the proper orientation is. It currently looks like this: (Black slot) Slot 1 - 8GB G.Skill DDR4 @2133MHz. (White slot) Slot 2 - 4GB Micron Technology DDR4 @2133MHz. (Black slot) Slot 3 - 8GB G.Skill DDR4 @2133MHz. (White slot) Slot 4 - 4GB Micron Technology DDR4 @2133MHz. The PC originally came with 8GB of DDR4; the above listed Micron Tech RAM. It's a prebuilt Dell XPS 8900, ordered off the Dell website. The day it arrived, speccy still claimed it was ''8.0GB Dual-Channel Unknown @1063MHz''. So, it wasn't an issue from adding the extra RAM, as it still choked up from the professionally installed ''stock'' RAM. With DDR2 and DDR3 RAM, speccy identifies it just fine. The only time it decides to complain, is when I use DDR4. Has anyone else encountered this?
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