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Asus f450 doesn't recognize new ram

I have installed on my asus f450l some new additional 4gb of ram and it doesn't recognize it

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Please try to swap in another slot and check if not so issue with RAM replace it.

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SOURCE: Manual says ASUS F5RL supports a maximum of 4GB

yes, 800 ram should declock to 667

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SOURCE: problem while upgrading my RAM

some systems require matching pairs, so since you are using mismatched, it may only recognize 1 GB of the 2gb module

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