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Thread: Ram Upgrade on Asus Rog G15 (Ryzen 9 5900HX, RTX 3070)

Don't do it. Ryzen RAM runs only at 1.2v JEDEC. The 1.35v requires XMP, which requires Intel. If it says 1.35v or XMP, don't buy it. That 3200 1.35v RAM will only run at 2666 on AMD so be careful.

Best you can do is make sure you are running 1.2v, dual rank, dual channel, 3200MHZ, Micron or Samsung (not Hynix), [email protected] or [email protected], tRFC 560 (or less), bought in a matched pair kit. Unfortunately the retailer won't give you these specs so grab the model number and head to the manufacturers site. Generally 2x16GB RAM kits are more likely to meet the dual rank requirement. If the chip says 1RX16 on it then you don't want it. Opt for 1RX8 or 2RX8.

Test your RAM before and after with ZenTimings and verify Frequency (3200), tRFC (560 or lower, 350ns or lower), CL22-22-22 (or lower).

An example of a good spec sheet is Kingston Fury KF432S20IB1K2/32. Note 2Rx8, [email protected], tRFC 350ns.

This stuff is hard to figure out. I've been studying it but I'm still no expert. For example, is there really much difference between 1RX8 and 2RX8? Not sure, but 1RX16 is bad and that's what OEMs are shipping.

Sours: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?124807-Ram-Upgrade-on-Asus-Rog-G15-(Ryzen-9-5900HX-RTX-3070)

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I have recently purchased the ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15 (2020), and I was looking at upgrading the RAM.

I have discovered, however, that the 16GB of RAM preinstalled is actually soldered to the mainboard, much like Apple notebooks... shame, ASUS.

There is, fortunately, an open SODIMM slot, that allegedly supports up to 16GB modules, allowing for 32GB of total RAM - however, according to CPU-Z, the system is already getting dual-channel functionality from the soldered RAM, and of course I assume it's 'wired in' in 2x8GB fashion, so to speak.

So, if I install a single 16GB SODIMM, to get 32GB total RAM, am I going to lose dual-channel functionality? I can't find information on this, but if any of you can, I applaud your Google-fu.

I suppose I should note here that I understand how dual-channel works, and by my understanding, adding a 16GB SODIMM would disable that, but I've not dealt with a notebook with soldered-in RAM before, so I'm not sure if ASUS has some custom solution on hand here that would enable dual-channel with the upgraded memory.


Sours: https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/asus-rog-zephyrus-g15-ram-upgrade-will-i-lose-dual-channel.3605559/
🛠️ ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15 GA503 disassembly and upgrade options

Notebook PC Upgrade Guide


Removing the compartment cover

A. Remove the screw(s) from the Notebook PC’s compartment cover.

B. Loosen the Pop-open Screw without removing the screw from

the cover.

C. Pull out the compartment cover and remove it completely from

your Notebook PC.


Upgrade Guide

Pop-open Screw

Sours: https://www.manualshelf.com/manual/asus/rog-zephyrus-g15/upgrade-guide-english.html

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