are there any special settings that must be made in the UEFI BIOS before adding two more sticks of RAM?
It is impossible to run Photoshop and other sophisticated programs with only 16GB, crashes happen very often while Photoshop never crashed with the G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB - it was necessary to upgrade to 32GB.
The RAM are two different 16GB kits, one kit of T-Force Dark Pro 8Pack 16GB 3600MHz CL16 and one T-Force Dark Pro 16GB 3200MHz CL14 kit.
Both will run with the Ryzen Zen 1 limit of 2933MHz with CL10 and 2,46 volts.
This RAM is very rare and allegedly the best overclocker RAM out there… I was not able to get the same kit a second time, but a slightly different one.
Ehm another question… The Corsair RMi 550 watts power unit had no problems running a ASUS Dual Radeon 5700 Extreme Overclock Edition, but I know that GeForce cards have a significant higher power draw.
Will a 550 watts PSU be sufficient to run a GeForce 2060 - or is a new PSU necessary?
Will a graphics card or the mainboard getting damaged when using a too weak PSU? Because I would rather first try it first before spending another €150 for a new PSU.