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XUM 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz PC4-25600 DIMM Refurbished Desktop Memory RAM

Enhance your desktop's performance with our 16GB (2 x 8GB) Refurbished Desktop Memory RAM DIMM PC4-25600 DDR4 3200 1.2V 288 P. Engineered for seamless compatibility and maximum efficiency, this module operates at ensuring smooth multitasking, faster data transfers, and enhanced overall system responsiveness.

Refurbished to meet high standards of quality and reliability, this module is non-ECC and unbuffered, ensuring stability and reliability during demanding tasks. With a 288-pin form factor and low-voltage operation at 1.2V, it seamlessly integrates into your desktop's existing setup without compromising performance.

Upgrade your desktop today and enjoy improved speed and responsiveness for tasks such as gaming, multimedia editing, or everyday computing. With easy installation and reliable performance, our Refurbished DDR4 Desktop Memory RAM module is your solution for an optimized computing experience.

Memory RAM Installation Guide for Desktop Computer

Step 1

Equipment required:

  • Memory RAM modules
  • Screwdriver (non-magnetic-tip)
  • Owner’s manual
Step 1: Equipment required

Step 2

  • Shut Down Your Computer:

    Make sure to properly shut down your computer through the operating system.

  • Unplug the Power Cable:

    Remove any cables connected to the computer, including the power cable.

  • Hold the Power Button:

    Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds to discharge any residual electricity.

  • Open the Case:

    Consult the owner’s manual for instructions on how to open your specific system’s case.

Step 2: Shut Down Your Computer

Step 3

  • Ground Yourself:

    Touch an unpainted metal surface to discharge static electricity. Better yet, wear an anti-static wrist strap attached to a grounded object.

  • Locate the RAM Slots:

    Open the case and locate the RAM slots on the motherboard.

    • Remove Existing RAM (if applicable):
    • Press down on the clips at the ends of the RAM slot.
    • Gently remove the existing RAM module by holding the edges.
Step 3: Installation

Step 4

  • Install New RAM:

    • Hold the new RAM module by the edges.
    • Align the notch on the module with the key in the slot.
    • Firmly press the RAM into the slot until the clips snap into place. It may require about 30 pounds of pressure.
    • Close the Case: Once all the RAM modules are securely installed, close the computer case.
    • Reconnect Cables: Plug in the power cable and any other cables you disconnected.
  • Power On and Test:

    Turn on your computer. It’s recommended to enter the BIOS to ensure the new RAM is recognized and running at the correct speed.

Step 4: Install New RAM


  • Check System Properties: Once your computer has booted into the operating system, check the system properties to confirm that the new RAM is detected and usable.
  • Enjoy Your Upgraded Computer: You should now notice improved performance, especially when running memory-intensive applications.

Remember to handle the RAM modules carefully and avoid touching the gold connectors. Always work in a clean, static-free environment, and if you’re unsure about the process, seek professional assistance. Happy upgrading!

Happy upgrading!

How to Check Memory RAM in Your Desktop PC:

Make sure you are using a desktop computer because the RAM installation instructions are designed specifically for desktop computers.

Step 1: Identify Installed Memory

Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialogue box.

Type "msinfo32" and press Enter. This opens the System Information window.

In the left pane, navigate to "System Summary". On the right side, you'll see details about your installed memory, including the total installed physical memory (RAM).


Using Command Prompt to Convert Memory Size to GB

Open Command Prompt by pressing the Windows key + R and typing "cmd" into the search bar.

Open Command Prompt by pressing the Windows key + R and typing "cmd" into the search bar.  type the following command: "wmic memorychip get capacity" In the Command Prompt window, then Press Enter. This command will display the capacity of each memory module in kilobytes (KB).

  • To convert KB to GB, divide the capacity by 1,048,576 (1024 * 1024).
  • For example, if the capacity is displayed as 4294967296 KB, the calculation would be:
  • 4294967296 KB / 1048576 = 4096 GB
  • 4194304 KB / 1048576 = 4 GB
  • Repeat this calculation for each memory module listed to determine the total memory size in GB.

Step 2: Maximum RAM Capacity

The maximum amount of RAM your computer can support is as follows:

  1. Press Windows Key + R, type cmd, and press Enter.
  2. In the command prompt, type wmic memphysical get maxcapacity, and press Enter.
  3. The result will be displayed in Kilobytes. Convert this to Gigabytes by dividing by (1024) twice. For example:

To calculate the maximum RAM capacity for a computer that supports up to 8GB:

  1. 10248388608KB​=8192MB
  2. 10248192MB​=8GB
  3. Thus, the maximum memory capacity is approximately 8 GB.

Step 3: RAM Slot Information Through Command Prompt.

  1. Press the Windows Key + R to open the Run dialog box.
  2. Type "cmd" and press Enter to launch Command Prompt.
  3. In the Command Prompt window, type: wmic Memphysical get MemoryDevices Then, press Enter.
  4. The number displayed represents the total number of RAM slots on your computer. For Example, if it shows '2', your computer has two slots.

To determine the maximum capacity per slot, divide the total maximum RAM by the number of slots. For example, if your system has a maximum capacity of 8 GB and 2 slots, each slot supports up to 4 GB.

Step 4: Slot Information Through Task Manager

Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc together to directly open the Task Manager.

Alternatively, press Ctrl + Alt + Delete, then select "Task Manager" from the options menu that appears.

Another alternative is to right-click on the taskbar and select "Task Manager" from the context menu.

Click on the "Performance" tab in the Task Manager window. In the left pane, click on "Memory". This will display information about your system's memory usage.

Look for the "Slots used" field under the "Memory" section. This indicates the number of memory slots currently in use.

Step 5: To identify the required generation of RAM:

  1. Open Task Manager with Ctrl + Shift + Esc or by right-clicking the Start button.
  2. Navigate to the ‘Performance’ tab to find the RAM generation (e.g. DDR3, DDR4). RAM generations are not interchangeable.

Step 6: Check Memory Speed

  • In the same Memory section of the System Information window, look for the "Speed" field.
  • The speed will be listed in megahertz (MHz) and indicates the frequency at which the memory operates.

Step 7: System Memory Support

Determine your system's architecture using either of the following methods:

Option 1: Using Command Prompt

  • Press the Windows Key + R to open the Run dialog box.
  • Type "cmd" in the command prompt window and then press Enter.
  • In the Command Prompt window, type: wmic os get OSArchitecture Then, press Enter. This command will display whether your system is running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows.

Option 2: Check System Memory Support.

  • Press the Windows Key + R to open the Run dialog box.
  • Type "msinfo30" in the Run dialog box to open the system information, then Press Enter.
  • In the System Information window, look for the "System Type" under the "System Summary" section. This command will display whether your system is running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows.

Based on your system's architecture, understand the following limitations:

  • For 32-bit Windows: The maximum amount of RAM supported is typically around 4 GB, although this can vary depending on the specific version of Windows and any limitations imposed by hardware or software.
  • For 64-bit Windows: The maximum amount of RAM supported varies depending on the specific edition of Windows. For example, Windows 10 Home supports a maximum of 128 GB of RAM, while Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise support up to 2 TB of RAM.

FAQs for Desktop Memory RAM

Q What is the role of RAM in a desktop PC?

RAM allows your PC to access data quickly, improving performance for tasks like loading applications and multitasking.

Q How do I choose the right RAM for my desktop PC?

Choosing the right RAM for your desktop PC involves considering the type (DDR3, DDR4), capacity, speed, and compatibility with your motherboard. To ensure you select compatible RAM, we’ve provided a detailed guide through the ‘How to check Desktop RAM’ tab on our Product page. This guide will help you check your current RAM specifications and understand the requirements for upgrading or adding new memory to your system.

Q What is the difference between single-channel and dual-channel RAM configurations?

Dual-channel configurations can double the data transfer rate compared to single-channel, enhancing performance.

Q Can I mix RAM sticks with different speeds?

It’s possible, but all RAM sticks will run at the speed of the slowest stick, which may not be optimal.

Q What is latency in RAM, and why does it matter?

Latency refers to the delay before data transfer begins. Lower latency means faster data access and better performance.

Q Is there a limit to how much RAM I can add to my PC?

Yes, the motherboard has a maximum RAM capacity and a number of slots that limit the amount of RAM you can install.

Q How can I check my PC’s current RAM usage?

For a detailed guide on checking your desktop PC’s RAM usage, please visit our Product page and click on the ‘How to Check Desktop RAM’ tab.

Q What are the benefits of having more RAM in my desktop PC?

More RAM can improve system responsiveness, allow for more open applications, and enhance gaming and content creation experiences.

Q Will adding more RAM speed up my PC?

If your PC is slow due to insufficient RAM, adding more can speed it up. However, if the CPU or storage is the bottleneck, more RAM won’t help.

Q What is ECC RAM, and do I need it?

ECC (Error-Correcting Code) RAM can detect and correct data corruption, typically used in servers and workstations.

Q How do I install new RAM in my desktop PC?

For a complete guide on installing new RAM in your desktop PC, please refer to the ‘How to Install Desktop RAM’ section located on our Product page. This resource provides you with step-by-step instructions to ensure a correct and safe installation.

Q Can RAM affect gaming performance?

Yes, sufficient RAM is crucial for smooth gaming, especially for games with large maps and high-quality textures.

Q What is the difference between RAM and VRAM?

VRAM (Video RAM) is dedicated to the graphics card for rendering images, while RAM serves the entire system.

Q How do I know if my RAM is failing?

Symptoms of failing RAM include frequent crashes, blue screens, and data corruption.

Q Can I use RAM from my old PC in my new build?

If the RAM is compatible with the new motherboard and meets the required specifications, you can use it.